Mohamed Amin, the director of the DCI, hosted a prominent delegation from the Federal Bureau of Investigations on Thursday (FBI).
This information is received as the Directorate works to improve relationships with the reputable U.S. investigative agency.
Amin welcomed the delegation, which was led by Assistant Director Raymond P. Duda of the FBI, when they arrived at the headquarters.
For many years, the two investigative agencies have worked together closely, especially in the fight against terrorism and violent extremism.
Other areas include money laundering, smuggling of wildlife trophies, and transnational organized crimes like drug and human trafficking.
Duda, who arrived in the nation by private jet on Thursday morning, praised the Directorate’s initiatives to combat violent extremism and terrorism during the meeting.
According to Duda, the FBI is committed to continuing to assist the Directorate in building its human resource capabilities to combat the ongoing threat of terrorism.
Amin congratulated his visitor for their ongoing cooperation and relationship.
Amin emphasized the need of helping the DCI Anti-Terrorism Police Unit (ATPU) and creating the unit’s special counterterrorism team, the Emergency Response Team (ERT).
Amin praised the inter-agency cooperation between the two organizations, which he credited for the decline in the number of terror acts both within and outside of his own nation.
The DCI director reaffirmed his commitment to collaboration by building on the framework set by his forebears and seeking out new alliances for safety and security.
The DCI director reaffirmed his commitment to collaboration by expanding on the framework set by his forebears and seeking out new alliances for safety and security.
Alvin Winston, the FBI’s Deputy Assistant Director for International Operations, made another prominent visit shortly before Duda’s visit in July.
For cases involving vulnerable children, Winston presented a number of critical investigation kits.