RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The focus this time is on fighting corruption and organized crime. The agreement will be published in the Federal Gazette next Monday, December 30th, and provides for major points of international cooperation and knowledge sharing.
According to a note published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MRE), public security bodies of the two countries will exchange experiences on international crimes that, to be fought effectively, require modern information exchange systems.
Human trafficking, trafficking in firearms, ammunition and explosives, terrorism, and means of financing terrorist activities are among the areas of knowledge that should be developed in . . .