DOHA, April 18 — Kuwait’s delegation to the 13th UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice on Friday briefed the conferees on the national efforts to fight cybercrimes.
Kuwait’s experiment was represented to the conference by Justice Ministry Researcher Hani Al-Sabae.
Al-Sabae shed lights on Kuwait’s endorsement of the Arab convention for combating cybercrimes.
Moreover, the Ministry of Justice is preparing a draft law on cybercrimes fighting, he said, adding that Kuwait emphasizes the need for an international convention tackle such kind of crimes.
Meanwhile, Kuwait’s delegation took part in a workshop on public contribution to crime prevention and raising awareness of criminal justice.
The event, held during the period 12-19, brings together governments, policy-makers and experts to exchange their experiences and intensify international cooperation in tackling the threat of transnational organized crime.
The conferees consider how best to integrate crime prevention and criminal justice into the wider UN agenda. It focuses on links between security, justice and the rule of law, and the attainment of a better, more equitable world.