Saudi university partners with global community to counter terrorism activities
The Naif Arab University for Security Sciences signed a number of memoranda of understanding with the French National Institute for Industrial Property, the Egyptian Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Combating Unit, and the Spanish National Police Academy.
The MoUs and adopted agreements strengthen the joint efforts between the university and its partners in supporting the global community’s endeavors to build national, regional and international capacities to counter terrorism, extremism and organized crime, among other criminal activities.
Abdulmajeed Al-Banyan, the university’s president, said that the MoUs are the result of years of joint work and cooperation and demonstrate the university’s commitment to supporting international work to achieve security and stability.
He noted that the university gives particular importance to the development of partnerships, both national and international, in implementing the directives of Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Naif, Saudi interior minister and chairman of the University Supreme Council.
The MoUs provide for research and work programs in areas of common interest and the exchange of scientific publications.