We also work with private organizations such as NGOs, associations, foundations, academies or companies. These relationships are formalized in various legal instruments, such as cooperation agreements and MEMORANDUMs of understanding. In the future, new areas of cooperation will be examined, including illicit drug trafficking, border management, crimes against children and migrant trafficking. Asked about the activities of police officers in peacekeeping missions and whether the United Nations Convention on information exchange and Interpol also dealt with issues such as the execution of Interpol arrest warrants, the fight against terrorism and drug trafficking, Orler replied that the agreement only covers peacekeeping operations and does not go beyond that. Operations were often tasked with building the capacity of the national police, often using Interpol`s database and information. The agreement would be particularly useful in addressing the link between organized crime and conflict. The agreement formalizes the ongoing cooperation between INTERPOL and CTED and will ensure a comprehensive and coordinated approach to security issues related to prevention and counter-terrorism. This physical proximity to two UN headquarters makes it easier for us to draw attention to areas where the United Nations can use INTERPOL`s instruments and services and explore opportunities for cooperation in a more dynamic way. The legal basis for cooperation is defined in cooperation agreements. Today, we have agreements with a number of international organisations, such as: we entered into a closer partnership from 2015 to take advantage of the complementarity between our organisations and propose a “whole approach to criminal justice” for international action to combat crime; this improves consistency, efficiency and efficiency. The fact that there is a clear link between crime and conflict and the fact that serious and organized crime predominates in many conflict zones has served as the basis for a new agreement between the United Nations and the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) to strengthen police units in peace operations around the world , a senior United Nations security official said today.
Regular dialogue between interpol and UNODC ensures that our strategies and approaches complement each other so that we can best meet the needs of the recipient countries. This is, for example, the goal of the International Consortium to Combat Wildlife Crime (ICC), a joint cooperation of the secretariat of CITES, INTERPOL, UNODC, the World Bank and WCO. Under the aegis of ICCWC, the five member organizations provide coordinated support to combat serious wildlife and forest crime. In addition to supporting the implementation of UN Security Council resolutions on counter-terrorism, including in the area of border law enforcement and security cooperation, the two organizations will also develop a joint strategic action plan.