On 21 December, the European Commission announced that is going to contribute €2 million to Interpol to enhance organisation’s fight against wildlife crimes.
European Commissioner for Environment Janez Potočnik commented, “few people witness environmental crime, but its effects are global, with developing countries often suffering most of all. Increase in wildlife trafficking is of particular concern, with illegal trade in ivory and rhinoceros horns at their highest level...
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