United States: FBI Director Christopher Wray received Abdellatif Hammouchi
The Director General of National Security and Territorial Surveillance, Abdellatif Hammouchi, led a security delegation to the United States of America on June 13 and 14. The delegation was made up of directors and executives from the General Directorate for Territorial Surveillance (DGSTcentral )’s services.
Abdellatif Hammouchi met with the three heads of the American intelligence services and held working sessions during his visit. As a result, he was greeted in turn by William Burns, director of the CIA, Avril Hainse, director of American national intelligence, and Christopher Wray, director of the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) (Central Intelligence Agency).
The discussions concentrated on the numerous security challenges and emerging risks at the regional and global levels, as well as the procedures and means likely to address these risks in accordance with a shared and collective vision capable of ensuring security and International peace.
The many security issues and threats faced by terrorist organizations and organized crime networks in many regions of the world, including the Sahel, Sahara, Middle East, and Europe, were also discussed by Hammouchi with U.S. intelligence and security personnel.
Christopher Wray, the director of the FBI, met Abdellatif Hammouchi, the director general of national security and territorial surveillance.
The exchange of knowledge, experience, and information pertaining to the battle against terrorist groups and organized crime networks was another significant aspect of this visit.
In order to ensure a strong reaction to the numerous hazards and emerging threats on a global scale, it was also agreed upon the significance of coordinating joint efforts and implementing monitoring and control methods.