Arab Interior Ministers' Council (AIMC)
Conseil des ministres de l'intérieur arabes
Dec 1982, as part of the D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS). Previously also referred to as: Council of Arab Ministers of the Interior (CAMI); Council of Ministers of Interior of Arab Countries (CMIA).
Develop and strengthen cooperation and coordinating efforts among Arab States in the field of internal security and prevention of crime.
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Council meets annually in January. Meeting is attended by Interior Ministers, LAS Secretary General (or one of his assistants) and Chairman of E-XE3945 - Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS). Chairmanship rotates among Interior Ministers in alphabetical order of the Arab States; Vice-Chairman is the Interior Minister of the state which alphabetically follows the state holding the chairmanship. Secretariat General in Tunis (Tunisia), headed by Secretary General, includes 5 specialized offices: Arab Office for Intellectual Security, Casablanca (Morocco); Arab Office for Combating Crime, Baghdad (Iraq); Arab Office for Combating Crime, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia); Pan Arab Bureau for Narcotics Affairs; Amman (Jordan); Arab Office for Security Information, Cairo (Egypt). D-XD0916 - Arab Police Sports Confederation, Cairo (Egypt), is also attached to the Secretariat General. One specialized body in each member states liaises with the Secretariat General, specialized offices and other bodies of the Council, and with similar offices in the other member states.
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