South Korea's Kim Jong Yang elected as new Interpol chief. PHOTO

South Korea’s Kim Jong was elected as Interpol’s next president by organization's 94 member states at a meeting of its annual congress in Dubai.

The Interpol’s press office tweeted on Wednesday, Nov. 21, Censor.NET reports.

Kim will serve until 2020, completing the four-year mandate of his predecessor, Meng Hongwei, who went missing in his native China in September. Beijing later said Meng resigned after being charged with accepting bribes.

South Koreas Kim Jong Yang elected as new Interpol chief 01

He had been serving as Interpol’s acting president since Meng resigned and was a vice-president representing Asia.

Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/n3098024