Lieutenant-General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, received Heidi Venamore, Australian Ambassador to the country, at the headquarters of the Dubai Police General Headquarters, in the presence of Major General Pilot Ahmed Mohammed bin Thani, Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Ports Affairs, and Brigadier Eid Mohammed bin Thani, Director of the General Department for Narcotics Control. Colonel Saeed Al Qamzi, Director of the Wanted Department of the General Department of Criminal Investigation, Colonel Turki bin Faris, Director of the Command and Control Center Department in the General Department of Operations, Colonel Tariq Al Suwaidi, Diplomatic Affairs Officer in Dubai Police, and a number of officers, on a familiarization visit to enhance ways Cooperat.
During the meeting, they discussed ways to enhance cooperation between the Dubai Police General Command and the Australian Embassy, discuss topics of interest, and exchange experiences in a way that supports joint cooperation frameworks.
Al Marri welcomed Ambassador Venamore and her accompanying delegation, stressing that Dubai Police is very keen to communicate and cooperate with embassies and consulates through joint channels that enhance the partnership between the two sides and achieve common goals, and that this cooperation and communication is part of international cooperation that reflects the depth of the relationship Australian-Emirati in various fields.
Venamore listened to an explanation explaining the security progress and institutional development in Dubai Police, the most important achievements in the fight against crime and drugs, and the most important smart systems applied by Dubai Police. Harnessing modern technologies in security work.
At the end of the meeting, Lieutenant-General Abdullah Khalifa Al-Marri presented Heidi Venamore a commemorative plaque on the occasion of the visit.