Successful wrap up of SEACOP’s “Joint Training of the Atlantic Alliance Transregional Intelligence Groups (TRIG+)” in #Argentina 🇦🇷
On Thursday, SEACOP celebrated the closing ceremony of the TRIG+ event, led by Argentinian Minister of National Security, Aníbal Fernández. During the event, the Minister of National Security expressed profound gratitude for participants, emphasising, “Working together is what makes the difference. For this reason, I thank the SEACOP Project, the Argentine Naval Prefecture, and the National Directorate of Criminal Intelligence of the Ministry of Security for having successfully carried out the Atlantic Alliance Trig joint training.”
Gathering participants from Maritime Intelligence Units and Joint Control Units of #Brazil 🇧🇷, #Colombia 🇨🇴, #Guyana 🇬🇭, #CapeVerde 🇨🇻, #Ghana 🇬🇭, #Paraguay 🇵🇾, #Uruguay 🇺🇾, and #Senegal 🇸🇳, the event aimed to obtain and exchange operational intelligence and strategic insights, vital for enhancing inspections and controls in various seaports and sports ports in the fight against drug trafficking and related crimes.
“This constitutes a remarkable cooperation initiative between ports, which is also a testament to the collaborative spirit that fuels SEACOP’s mission,” said SEACOP representatives from Africa Laurent Rinjonneau, the Caribbean Jason Kelshall and Latin America Alfredo Diaz Sanchez present in the event.
This joint, simultaneous, and coordinated endeavour entailed
✅ Operational execution practices at the port of Zárate where attendees delved into the intricacies of controlling containers and vessels of diverse types.
✅ Insightful talks at the Coast Guard building with the Argentine Maritime Authority.
✅ Presentations on INTERPOL’s mission and critical functions in ensuring global security and collaboration.