The Interpol General Assembly meeting in Chile unanimously supported the re-election of the Secretary General jürgen Stock in the second five-year term. About it reports a press-service of the organization.
“I look forward to working with all member States over the next five years, I will seek to position the organization had in the UN security Council, the participants of the G7 summit and on other sites”, – noted in his speech the Stock.
During the second term of the Stock plans a number of key changes.
Among them, the implementation of the three global programmes: combating terrorism, organized and emerging crime and cybercrime, as well as the creation of a specialized group to consider each request of a red card (“red card” involves the arrest and extradition of the wanted. – “GORDON” ) and ferret out individuals.
In addition, Interpol Secretary General initiates a change in the funding model of the organization to focus more on the contributions of the public sector. Today, 95% of voluntary funding of Interpol comes from partnerships with government agencies.
First Stock was elected Secretary General of Interpol in November 2014.