IGP Kunwar returns home after attending INTERPOL general assembly


Kathmandu, Dec 7: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Basanta Bahadur Kunwar returned home after attending the 91st General Assembly of INTERPOL held in Vienna, Austria.    

The Nepali delegation with IGP Kunwar and INTERPOL Nepal section chief SP Anupam Shumsher JBR returned home after participating in the general assembly hosted by the INTERPOL Secretariat from November 28 to December 1.    

On the sidelines of the general assembly, the Nepali delegation headed by IGP Kunwar, also the chief of National Central Bureau Nepal, had a courtesy call on INTERPOL chairperson.    
A discussion was held among the chiefs of national central bureau of 195 INTERPOL members attending the general assembly to collaborate for making the world secure, IGP Kunwar's secretariat shared.    

The general assembly has decided to organize the 92nd general assembly in Glasgow of the United Kingdom in 2024 and 93rd general assembly in Morocco in 2024.    

In the general assembly, senior sub inspector Puruswottam Nepali who was successful in hoisting Nepal's national flag, INTERPOL flag and Nepal Police flag in the world's highest summit, Mount Everest, on the occasion of the 100 years of the establishment of INTERPOL was honoured. (RSS)   

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