Special equipment was handed over to Ministry of Internal Affairs in the framework of EU-funded project
Special equipment was handed over to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia in the framework of the EU-funded project “EU Action Against Drugs and Organized Crime.” Ministry of Internal Affairs released this information.
According to Ministry, the First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Kakhaber Sabanadze and Deputy Head of Cooperation Section of EU Delegation to Georgia, Catalin Gherman attended the ceremony.
The equipment will enhance the capabilities of the Ministry to fight against organized crime and drug trafficking that will contribute to further success of the agency.
The EU-funded project “EU Action Against Drugs and Organized Crime (EU -ACT)” has being implemented in Georgia since 2017 with the aim to strengthen the capacity of the countries to effectively fight transnational drug-related organized crime.
The European Union has been cooperating with the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia for many years and has been implementing programs and projects in such important directions as fight against organized crime, domestic violence, integrated border management etc.