Published: Mon, October 08, 2018
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

France is investigating the disappearance of the head of the Interpol

France is investigating the disappearance of the head of the Interpol

Recall, October 5, the French police began investigating the disappearance of the President of the Interpol man Humvee. The ministry added that Meng's family has not heard from him since September 25 and not September 29 as was earlier reported by police sources. Meng's term is scheduled to run until 2020. But because Interpol's secretary-general is responsible for the day-to-day running of the police agency's operations, Meng's absence may have little operational effect.

Interpol President Meng Hongwei has reportedly gone missing.

Before being elected head of Interpol in November 2016, Meng was vice minister of public security in China.

As of Friday, Meng was still included in the list of leaders on the Chinese public security ministry's website.

It was not clear why Meng, 64, who was named Interpol's president two years ago, had travelled to China.

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Interpol is the world's largest agency facilitating police cooperation with 192 member countries. In the meantime, he served as head and deputy head of branches of the coast guard, all while holding positions at Interpol.

In particular, Mr Meng probably dealt extensively with former security chief Zhou Yongkang, who is now serving a life sentence for corruption.

After his election human rights groups expressed concern that the move could help China pursue political dissidents who have fled the country.

Billionaire Guo Guangchang, chairman of one of China's biggest private-sector conglomerates Fosun, also vanished from public view in 2015 in connection with an investigation by authorities, and then re-emerged.

Critics suggested that Meng's election gave Beijing a chance to enlist more worldwide help in tracking down alleged economic criminals, including corrupt officials, targeted by President Xi Jinping's anti-graft campaign. He is not believed to have disappeared in France, where the International Criminal Police Organization is based, according to French media, quoting authorities in France.

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