EU Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM Libya), with the support of Interpol, conducted a 10-day tailored intelligence and analysis training in Tunis successfully concluded Friday with participants coming from the Libyan Counter Terrorism Centre, Ministries of Interior and Justice and intelligence services.
EUBAM said the training not only helped build capacity and exchange experiences, but also provided ample opportunity to strengthen links between Libyan counter-terrorism authorities and global counter-terrorism efforts.
EUBAM’s Head of Mission, Natalina Cea said ‘This tailored, in-depth training represented an important opportunity to bring together representatives of our different Libyan partners in a joint effort to strengthen law enforcement capacity, and at the same time enhance cooperation between Libyan authorities and international networks, such as Interpol”
EUBAM said it has been working with Libyan partners since 2013 in support of stabilization and stronger state institutions, while Interpol deals with global law enforcement, including international cooperation. Interpol has 195 member countries, including Libya.