Interpol rejects Russian in favour of a South Korean
Wednesday, 21 November 2018 Dubai: Interpol has elected South Korea's Kim Jong-yang as its president in a blow to Russian efforts at installing former Russian police general Alexander Prokopchuk as president.
CNN reports International police agency Interpol has elected its acting head South Korean Kim Jong Yang as its new president. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had endorsed Kim, a South Korean police official to replace former president, Meng Hongwei, who was recently detained on his return to China.
Reuters reports The Kremlin said on Wednesday that clear outside pressure had been exerted on a vote to elect a new head of Interpol, but that it did not see any factors that would render the election..
Reuters reports that the International police body Interpol elected Kim Jong-yang of South Korea as president on Wednesday. He beat out a Russian national whose candidacy had raised concerns in Europe..
International police body Interpol elected Kim Jong-yang of South Korea as president on Wednesday (November 21), beating a Russian national whose candidacy had raised concerns in Europe and the United..