South East European police forces establish good cooperation

Serbia's Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic said that the police forces of South East European countries have established good cooperation, which gives very good results in international police cooperation. Dacic said the ministerial conference on...

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South East European police forces establish good cooperation



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 10.04.2014

Serbia's Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic said that the police forces of South East European countries have established good cooperation, which gives very good results in international police cooperation. Dacic said the ministerial conference on contemporary challenges in the regional police cooperation, which is held in Opatija from 8 to 10 April, that there is no successful fight against crime, nor regional stability and security, if relations between the police forces and interior ministries in the region are not good. 
He recalled that Serbia is very active in the implementation of the Convention on Police Cooperation Convention for Southeast Europe, which was signed in 2006.
The Committee of Ministers of the Interior of South East European countries hold a meeting every year, and this year's meeting is dedicated to new forms of cooperation, said the Prime Minister.
According to Dacic, there is an idea to establish a high level of operational cooperation that would allow the exchange of information and data held by the police of certain countries, along with the establishment of a good system of protection.
Dacic explained that the aim is to sign a multilateral agreement that would allow the exchange of even DNA information, which could be very important in the fight against crime.
The Prime Minister pointed out that Serbia has achieved significant results in this area, and belongs to countries that have thus already qualified for membership in the EU.
In January Serbia signed an operational cooperation agreement with Europol, which means that Serbian institutions have a system of data protection that enables the use of Europol's databases and guarantee their absolute protection, explained Dacic.
He also expressed his gratitude to Austria, Switzerland and the Centre for Security, Development and the Rule of Law (DCAF) from Geneva, which are sponsors of the conference.
Today, on the second day of the conference, the 11th meeting of the Committee of Ministers and the 10th Ministerial Conference on Cooperation in the field of border security in Southeast Europe (DCAF) are taking place. Government


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