28 November 2023
November 28 – December 1, Vienna, Austria
The General Assembly is INTERPOL's supreme governing body and comprises delegates appointed by the governments of our member countries.
It meets once a year and takes all the major decisions affecting general policy, the resources needed for international cooperation, working methods, finances and programmes of activities. These decisions are in the form of resolutions.
2023 marks the 100-year anniversary since the founding of the International Criminal Police Commission, which became INTERPOL in 1956.
To celebrate this important milestone, the General Assembly will meet for its 91st session in Vienna, Austria, the city where INTERPOL was created in 1923.
During the four-day (28 November – 1 December) conference, senior police officials from around the world will address current and emerging threats, including the significant growth of organized transnational crime.
For more detailed information see: News and Events (interpol.int)