Latin America and EU join forces against organized crime finances

During the event, held on the outskirts of Panama City, workshops are being held to learn how to identify the ultimate beneficiary of these illicit finances, streamline international cooperation, seize assets and specialize in the fight against financial crime.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - More than 150 representatives of institutions from Latin America and the Caribbean and the European Union (EU) will meet from Monday to Friday in Panama to "strengthen" the fight against the finances of organized crime, which have worsened as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In the framework of the EU program "EL PAcCTO", the event "The finances of organized crime: how they affect us, how to fight them" will allow the design of "concrete actions to develop (...) operations against organized crime and have greater effective cooperation between Latin America and the EU", explained to . . .

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