Grande-Marlaska highlights the "fundamental" role of SEPRONA and the Security Forces and Bodies in environmental protection
The Interior Minister has closed a conference on maritime pollution led by the Civil Guard
Specifically, the closing meeting of the operative action OA 2.5 of the EMPACT project on serious environmental crimes was held and the results of the operation “30 days at sea” against marine pollution have been presented
These activities are part of the International Week on Environmental Crime Investigation led by the SEPRONA of the Civil Guard, which has been represented by 44 countries aware of climate change and its effects
The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, highlighted on Friday the “fundamental work” carried out by the SEPRONA of the Civil Guard and all the Security Forces and Bodies in defense of our natural environment and the environment. Grande-Marlaska has valued this police activity in the closing of a conference on maritime pollution that have been held until Friday and led by the Civil Guard.