Cancun, Q.R. — Cancun is set to host the International Security and Justice meeting which will include global ambassadors.
The 3-day international meeting will focus its topics around global security while promoting the civil association, National Movement for Security and Law Enforcement.
Quintana Roo state governor, Carlos Joaquín González, will inaugurate and welcome the national and international security specialists who have arrived to participate in the meeting.
Heads from several countries including China, Israel, Russia and the United States are meeting to discuss security on a global scale.
One objective of the meeting will be to discuss common principles that guide criminal policy, based on international instruments. Country leaders will also focus on the security problems and the effectiveness of justice that have nations at a social, political and judicial crossroads.
Discussions on possible alternative applications to fight crime as well as measures to strengthen national policies, cooperation and integration are also on the agenda.
Rafael Rodríguez López, the president of National Movement for Security and Law Enforcement will be the keynote speaker, giving the opening welcome speeches.
Among those in attendance will include the National Security Commissioner, Renato Sales Heredia, the Ambassador of the Russian Federation, Malayan Eduard Rubenovich, the Chinese ambassador to Mexico, Qiu Xiaoqi, the Consul General of the Embassy of the United States in Mexico, Timothy Zúñiga-Brown and the Ambassador of the State of Israel in Mexico, Jonathan Peled.