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UK donates equipment to Serbian Interior Ministry

05. July 2011. | 10:59

Source: Tanjug

The UK donated Monday EUR 120,000 worth of surveilance equipment to the internal affairs sector of the Serbian Interior Ministry.

The UK donated Monday EUR 120,000 worth of surveilance equipment to the internal affairs sector of the Serbian Interior Ministry.

The donation documents were signed by UK Ambassador Michael Davenport and Interior Minister Ivica Dacic, adding that the equipment would help that sector improve its operation.

Davenport and Dacic also pointed out the successful cooperation between the two countries' police forces in fighting crime, especially drug trafficking and pedophilia, and stated they hoped it would continue and improve in the future.

The equipment was provided as part of a project to improve the Interior Ministry's operation. The project is conducted with the help of the British anti-organized crime agency as the senior partner and the Czech police.

Dacic commented on the cooperation between the two police forces by saying that it resulted in a seizure of 500 kg of cocaine in the UK last year and many arrests as part of an anti-pedophile operation called Armageddon.

Davenport expressed pleasure for being able to hand over the equipment on behalf of the UK government, Home Office and the anti-organized crime agency.

He described the equipment as modern surveilance tools that should help improve the operation of the internal affairs sector.

The sector is extremely important for good operation of all state institutions and their credibility, he noted.


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