The Police College of the Ministry of Interior in Doha on Thursday signed a letter of intent for academic and training co-operation with the "Stefan cel Mare" Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Moldova, on the sidelines of the graduation ceremony of the second batch of students of the Police College.

The letter of intent was signed by Director-General of the Police College Brigadier Dr Mohamed Abdullah al-Muhana, and Academy's President Lt Col Dr Dinu Ostavciuc.

Brigadier Dr Mohamed Abdullah al-Muhana said that the letter of intent aims to enhance co-operation and co-ordination between the Police College and the Academy in various academic and training fields, especially the exchange of experiences, research activities, lecturers, and mutual scientific visits between the two institutions.

Lt Col Dr Dinu Ostavciuc said that the signing of the letter of intent between the Moldovan Academy and the Police College is the result of co-operation between the two countries, stressing that co-operation between the two sides will reflect positively on the output of both the Academy and the College in graduating highly qualified police cadres.

He also praised the highly qualified graduates of the second batch of Qatari Police College, saying that the parade is a testament to the quality of the college's efforts to graduate police officers.

The Police College also signed on Thursday a letter of intent with the International Society for Criminology, which is registered in the Commonwealth of Virginia, USA.

The letter was signed by Director-General of the Police College Brigadier Dr Mohamed Abdullah al-Muhana, and Society's President Dr Emilio Viano.

It aims to build bridges of co-operation, enhance joint work, exchange experiences in all fields, support efforts of mutual interest, and exchange information and opinion on issues related to academic and training activities and enhance co-ordination on developing cadres of the two parties to improve the quality of their work.

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