Global police agency Interpol said South Africa's World Cup security planning surpassed its expectations, with no tournament terrorism threats identified ahead of the June 11 kick-off.
Interpol secretary general Ronald Noble said “What I have seen so far is very positive. South Africa can be proud of the level of security that is in place.''
''My opinion is that the South African Police Service is doing all that is in its power to ensure that South Africa is as safe as possible during the World Cup.''
He was in South Africa to assess security plans ahead of the tournament, where it will work alongside South African police and provide links to its database of lost and stolen passports.
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