Interview: UNODC ends summit trafficking in persons and migrant smuggling

A three-day summit by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to tackle trafficking in persons and migrant smuggling ended on Thursday in Dakar, the Senegalese capital.

The third regional conference was built on recommendations adopted at the end of the first summit in Niger in 2018, tagged, the Niamey declaration.

The three-day event brought together eighteen participating countries, international development partners, and stakeholders in the migration space.

The regional representative for UNODC West and Central Africa, AMADO PHILIP DE ANDRES tells WADR’s Abdullahi Hassan more about the outcome of the latest conference.

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