The global need to successfully cope with the plague of drugs turns members of the international community into natural partners, with common interests. The plague of drugs is not a phenomenon unique to Israel, but rather a plague afflicting the entire international community. The global desire to combat this phenomenon allows for cooperation between countries, even when standard relations between these countries might be unstable.
Over the past years, IADA delegations have visited several countries, establishing solid platforms for bilateral and multi-lateral cooperation and mutual learning. IADA was also honored to host foreign delegations and experts who came to Israel to learn and share from their experiences.
The enhancing of bilateral and multi-lateral relations and professional dialogue is a result IADA's ever growing desire to develop and learn about the newest methodologies, techniques and activities being conducted in the international arena. Interest in particular issues have led to several study visits in the relevant countries. These visits are always jointly coordinated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and embassies in the relevant countries, and if needed, with INP or IDF attaches.