Vice President Calls for More South American Integration to Fight Drug Trafficking

Vice President Hamilton Mourão advocated on Monday, September 30th, greater integration between South American countries in order to combat drugs and weapon trafficking.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "We need a firm alliance in South America to combat drug trafficking and other related illicit activities, such as weapon smuggling and smuggling in general," said Mourão, on the morning of Monday, 30th, as he participated in the opening ceremony of a training event for security professionals held by the National Secretariat of Public Security (Senasp) of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security and the Federal Police (PF).

In the lecture, Mourão said that the fight against crime is one of the priorities of the federal government, alongside stimulus for the revitalization of . . .

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