Czech officer Šárka Havránková has been elected vice-president of Interpol’s European division. In a vote by Interpol’s General Assembly she received 133 out of 141 votes.
It is the first time that a Czech officer has been appointed to a top Interpol post. She is currently head of Interpol’s division for international cooperation.
The head of the Czech Police Presidium Jan Švejdar said her election was a great honour for the organization.
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