Al Buainain said that financial crimes and money laundering are among the most prominent economic crimes that pose a threat to development projects in the country and harm the economy at all levels.
He confirmed that the allocation of a court to look into crimes of trafficking in persons comes as a continuation of Bahrain’s role in combating such crimes that violate human rights and fundamental freedoms.
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