Molokomme calls for cooperation against crime


Transnational organised crime has been counted among the 10 threats and challenges to international peace and security.

This was revealed by the Attorney General (AG), Dr Athaliah Molokomme, when opening a conference on Exploring Links Between Core International Crimes and Transnational Organised Crimes yesterday in Gaborone.

Molokomme pointed out that the United Nations’ High-Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change has classified transnational organised crime as a threat to peace and security. She added that the UN has taken a stand against the threat through the Palermo Convention, which has been adopted to fight against transnational organised crime.

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