Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo establish a joint police co-operation center

Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo establish a joint police co-operation center

 Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo have established a joint police co-operation center, which aims to improve information sharing and enhance common border security in achieving Schengen standards.

The Protocol for the Establishment of the Center was signed in Plav by the Interior Ministers of Montenegro and Albania, Mevludin Nuhodžić and Dritan Demiraj, as well as Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Kosovo, Valdet Hoxha.

The establishment of this center will contribute to improving cross-border co-operation and combating crime through more intensive exchange of operational information.

Nuhodžić said that the tripartite center symbolizes engagement in the fight against transnational organized crime and a common contribution to strengthening security in the region.

Valdet Hoxha said that the signing of the Tripartite Protocol shows a commitment of the three countries for mutual cooperation and the strengthening of intergovernmental mechanisms in the regional context of the common fight against transfrontier organized crime, illegal migration and terrorism.

German Ambassador to Montenegro, Hans Ginter Matern, on behalf of the German Government, congratulated the governments of Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo for the achieved and promising results in terms of regional cooperation. He emphasized that the Federal Government of Germany will support the tripartite border police cooperation in the future as well.

US Ambassador to Montenegro, Margaret en Uehara, on behalf of the US government, thanked the parties for their contribution and co-operation on the common objectives for the realization of safe and effective border control systems./Oculus News

Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo establish a joint police co-operation center Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo establish a joint police co-operation center Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Rating: 5
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