Interpol meet on sex tourism and child abuse
The issue of sex tourism and child prostitution and methods of combating them will come up for discussion during a top level conference of Interpol officials and experts on the subject, starting in Colombo tomorrow.

The issue will be discussed at the 22nd meeting of Interpol Specialized Group on Crime Against Children to be held at the BMICH from June 14 to 16.

This conference is organized for the first time in Asia by Interpol Headquarters with the assistance of Interpol Sri Lanka section and the Children and Women's Bureau.

According to the Children and Women's Bureau Director, Senior Superintendent of Police J.M.S.W. Jayasundara, a range of issues on combating crime against children will be discussed.

Ministry of Public Security, Law & Order Secretary Thilak Ranaviraja will be the chief guest. Inspector General of Police Indra de Silva will also be present.

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