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US donation to enhance work of special police forces

29. January 2011. | 08:51

Source: Emg

Police Director Milorad Veljovic said today that the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) donation to the Ministry of the Interior will enhance the work of special units.

Police Director Milorad Veljovic said today that the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) donation to the Ministry of the Interior will enhance the work of special units.

The equipment to respond in the event of chemical, radiological, biological and nuclear accidents will be presented by US Ambassador to Serbia Mary Warlick.

Veljovic said that the equipment is intended for antiterrorist unit, the Department of Emergency Situations and the centre of forensic science and the forensic science laboratory.

Warlick expressed hope that this donation worth over $400,000 will improve the work of special forces and that members of the Ministry of the Interior will be prepared to protect citizens from all threats with this equipment and the training that they underwent.

She said that this equipment will also be of use to the Serbian police in case of accidents caused by the use of weapons of mass destruction, although they occur rarely.

Deputy Minister of the Interior and Head of the Department for Emergency Situations Predrag Maric expressed his gratitude to the US agency and this country's embassy in Serbia and underlined that during the two-week training the police members obtained the necessary skills and know-how.


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