FBI and CIA Commend their Partnership with Moroccan DGST

Counterterrorism: FBI and CIA Commend their Partnership with the General Directorate for National Territorial Surveillance

The General Directorate for National Territorial Surveillance (DGST) received letters of congratulations and gratitude from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), in which they commend the distinguished level of cooperation and advanced partnership that brings them together with the General Directorate for National Territorial Surveillance in the field of countering terrorism and violent extremism, to ensure the safety and security of citizens of both countries.

A communiqué of the DGST stated that the official in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in New York expressed his deep gratitude and thanks for the cooperation and important support provided by the DGST, especially the accurate intelligence that was provided in a timely manner, and which enabled them to contribute to neutralizing the terrorist threat, and accelerate the research undertaken by the FBI in the case of the American soldier who was associated with ISIS and was preparing to carry out a terrorist operation with the purpose of killing American soldiers in the Middle East.

The FBI letter also included praise to the strong cooperation and partnership between the General Directorate for National Territorial Surveillance and the FBI, reaffirming that this partnership will guarantee security and safety for the two countries, as well as their citizens.

On the other hand, the communiqué added that the CIA in Washington expressed its appreciation and gratitude to the DGST for its high professionalism within the joint security efforts, including endeavors in the field of countering terrorism and extremist groups.

This praise is also an indicator of the firm commitment of the DGST to strengthen international cooperation mechanisms in order to eliminate terrorist threats which prejudice the interests of the Kingdom and the interests of its partners at both regional and international levels.

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