Israeli Police delegation visiting Cyprus

A delegation from the Israeli Police is in Cyprus as part of an exchange programme between the police departments of the two countries.

A Police Statement said the Israeli police delegation is being informed on the way the various Cyprus Police Departments operate.

The 10-member delegation is led by Major General Alon Levavi, head of the Policing Directorate in the Israeli Police.

The delegation was received by Chief of Police Zacharias Chrysostomou who praised the very good relations between the two police organisations.

We look forward to further enhancing our relations and cooperation in prevention of terrorism, combatting organised crime, cyber-crime, and training and exchanging expert knowledge, he said.

Major General Levavi expressed the Israeli Police’s readiness to further strengthen the existing cooperation, according to the needs of the two Forces.

We are in the same neighbourhood and face similar problems, he said, noting that they are open to listen but also to give advice.

Source: Cyprus News Agency

Israeli Police delegation visiting Cyprus

A delegation from the Israeli Police is in Cyprus as part of an exchange programme between the police departments of the two countries.

A Police Statement said the Israeli police delegation is being informed on the way the various Cyprus Police Departments operate.

The 10-member delegation is led by Major General Alon Levavi, head of the Policing Directorate in the Israeli Police.

The delegation was received by Chief of Police Zacharias Chrysostomou who praised the very good relations between the two police organisations.

We look forward to further enhancing our relations and cooperation in prevention of terrorism, combatting organised crime, cyber-crime, and training and exchanging expert knowledge, he said.

Major General Levavi expressed the Israeli Police’s readiness to further strengthen the existing cooperation, according to the needs of the two Forces.

We are in the same neighbourhood and face similar problems, he said, noting that they are open to listen but also to give advice.

Source: Cyprus News Agency