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The governments of Mozambique, South Africa and Tanzania are to carry out joint actions in the Indian Ocean to curb international crime in the region, Mozambique Deputy Minister of the Interior Helena Kida has announced.
Quoted by Noticias, Helena Kida said that the Indian Ocean was being used as a route for drug and people trafficking and illicit financial flows.
“The fight against transnational crime and the achievement of regional peace and stability are not commensurate with preconceptions of individualized struggle by any one state,” Kida told a meeting of ministers from the interior ministries of Mozambique, South Africa and Tanzania.
Multilateralism, she continued, was the most effective way to combat crime in the waters of southern African countries.
“States face the challenge of doing everything possible to raise the standards of security of people and goods, a determining factor in socioeconomic development,” Kida concluded.Source: Lusa
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