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Serbia's Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic signed the trilateral Memorandum of understanding in the field of the interior with Interior Minister of Hungary Sandor Pinter and Director-General for Public Security of Austria Konrad Kogler.
After the trilateral meeting of delegations of the interior ministries of Serbia, Austria and Hungary held at the Palace of Serbia, Dacic and Pinter also signed the Protocol on mixed patrols along the common border.
A bilateral meeting of the delegations of Serbia and Hungary started after the signing of the protocol.
Due to health reasons, Austrian Minister of the Interior Johanna Mikl-Leitner did not attend the meeting.
After the signing of the Memorandum, Dacic said that this is one more step aimed at Serbia’s progress in the field of European integration.
He underlined that the three countries have an excellent cooperation in the preparation of systems for prevention of illegal migration and that they are committed to trans-border cooperation.
According to him, the issues of particular importance are internal security, border security, illegal migration and asylum, as Serbia’s international position depends on them.
A good border control is necessary, but that is not possible without a good electronic surveillance, Dacic said and added that 15,000 people were stopped at the border on their way to the EU.
That is why it is necessary that the EU backs up this project financially, Dacic highlighted.
Pinter said that citizens of the three countries have the right to live in a safe environment, noting that the agreement signed today is strategic.
We want the EU to support the project financially and technically in order to respond to the common goal in the sphere of safety, Pinter concluded.
Kogler restated the importance of police cooperation and exchange of information among the three countries, and pointed out that false asylum seekers represent a grave problem.
Their number has increased by 20-25% in the recent period, he noted and declared that Austria is ready to help Serbia on its path of European integration financially and technically. Source; Government
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