October, 08 (PNB News). Interpol, the international police organization, said that Syria has been reconnected to its information-sharing network, removing limitations imposed on President Bashar al-administration Assad’s in 2012. In accordance with the proposal from the General Secretariat headquarters, Interpol’s executive committee supported the lifting of punitive measures imposed on Syria,” Interpol said in a statement.
Damascus will now be able to receive and transmit communications directly from other Interpol country offices. These privileges have been revoked since 2012. The limitations were implemented in response to international sanctions placed on the Damascus regime during the early stages of the Syrian war.