Interpol supports Curaçao with border security
WILLEMSTAD - The Bureau of Interpol in Curaçao (NCB IPC) will assist in guarding Curaçao’S border. This was announced last week by the Director of Interpol Curaçao Norbert Minguel during a presentation in parliament. The presentation was given to the Standing Committee of Kingdom Affairs, Inter-Parliamentary Relations and Foreign Affairs. These were various representatives of the judicial organizations on the island site.
The Vice President of the Committee, Alex Rosaria MP indicated to have questions for the consultation between the parties on the security of the border. “As far as we know Venezuelans tried at least twice to illegally enter the island by sea,” said Rosaria.
Interpol, which aims to exchange information between police agencies and verifies if a person entering a country, in this case, Curacao, has an international arrest warrant or criminal background. The organization also checks whether a person is reported missing. Rosaria argues that there will be more "eyes" to guard the Curaçao’s border.