The Director General of Algerian Customs, Noureddine Khaldi, announced today, Thursday in Oran, the establishment of a program between the Algerian customs and the Palestinian customs police, which includes many items, especially those related to training, combating cross-border crime and exchanging information.
And the official told the press, on the sidelines of a visit he made with the commander of the Palestinian customs police, Major General Iyad Abdel-Razzaq Hamdan Barakat, and the Palestinian ambassador to Algeria, Khaled Abu Aita, to the Higher School of Customs in Oran, that a program had been established between the two institutions.
In this regard, he declared: “We are working hard to develop relations between the Algerian and Palestinian customs administrations. This program will affect many aspects, especially training, exchange of information, combating cross-border crime, money laundering and drug control.
Mr. Khalidi stressed the qualitative leap witnessed by the Algerian customs in recent years, whether at the national or international level, noting that “Algeria will never be stingy in transferring this acquired knowledge to the brothers in Palestine.”
The same official stopped by the meeting that took place last Tuesday in Algiers between the Algerian customs and the Palestinian customs police, highlighting that during it all the points needed by the Palestinian customs police in its duties were discussed, saying: “Today, within the framework of training, we visit the Higher School of Customs in Oran, which has a long history in training executives and customs agents, where the Palestinian delegation was briefed on all the facilities in the school, which will be in the service of our Palestinian brothers in the field of training.”
For his part, the commander of the Palestinian customs police expressed his admiration for the capabilities possessed by the Algerian customs through his visit to the Higher School of Customs in Oran, “where we discovered a lot of the competencies we need as a Palestinian customs officer in this school.”
He pointed out that “the Algerian Customs Service, led by the Director General, did not spare us any of our requests, and we are within the framework of determining the training that the Palestinian customs police need in order for it to be a ready and strong institution.” He added: “It is enough for us to take the training from Algeria, as this will make the capabilities of the Palestinian customs police high and strong in view of Algeria’s well-known capabilities in this field.”
The Palestinian delegation, accompanied by the Director General of Algerian Customs and the Wali of Oran, toured the various parts of the school, starting with the throwing field, the classrooms, and the various laboratories of the school.
A presentation was made to introduce the functions of the school as well as the National Center for Customs Training to which the various customs schools in the country belong.
Many retired and working customs officers and agents were also honored for their efforts throughout their careers by the Director General of Customs, as well as the commander of the Palestinian customs police, Major General Iyad Abdel Razzaq Hamdan Barakat, and the Palestinian ambassador to Algeria.
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