Bosnia and Czech Republic jointly fight crime rate

Countries signed an agreement on cooperation in the fight against crime, terrorism and drug trafficking

Bosnia and Czech Republic jointly fight crime rate

World Bulletin/News Desk

The Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina Fahrudin Radoncic and Minister of Interior of the Czech Republic Martin Pecin held today in Sarajevo a meeting where they signed an agreement on cooperation in combating crime, terrorism, illegal trafficking in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances and organized crime, reports the Anadolu Agency (AA).

Radoncic said that signing the agreement between Bosnia and the Czech Republic strengthens cooperation in preventing and detecting crimes and their perpetrators.

"It significantly improves the existing cooperation between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Czech Republic, which I rate as very good and successful," said Radoncic.

According to him, the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic provided a lot of help in carrying out the migration and asylum policy in Bosnia, which lasted six years.

"At today's meeting we again handled the issue of cooperation in this area and we agreed that this cooperation must be intensified," said Radoncic.

Minister Pecin expressed his satisfaction with the cooperation between the two countries.

"There is also an area of ??cooperation in the asylum and migration politics. For this issue we agree with Radoncic that we will support the cooperation of experts who have experience with the issues of asylum, migration and visa" said Pecin.

Last Mod: 12 Eylül 2013, 17:05
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