Paraguay and Italy agree on cooperation against organized crime

Paraguay and Italy will cooperate in the fight against organized crime and money laundering, said today Justice Minister Cecilia Pérez.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - At the end of a meeting with president Mario Abdo Benítez,  Minister Pérez spoke to the press about her recent trip to the European country, where she met with Italian officials.

The Minister announced Paraguay's decision to join the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) Initiative on Cooperation against the 'Ndrangheta ("I-Can"), implemented for the 2020 to 2023 period.

I-Can comprises several nations seeking increased multilateral police cooperation in the fight against the 'Ndrangheta and "focuses on the creation of a global early warning system in the face of an invisible enemy . . .

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