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Cooperation between Serbian and Hungarian police to improve

Int’l Relations

State Secretary at the Serbian Interior Ministry Vladimir Bozovic voiced confidence in Budapest that the cooperation between the Serbian and Hungarian police forces will improve even further, online newspaper In Serbia said. Bozovic, who headed the Interior Ministry’s delegation to 42nd Interpol European Regional Conference in Budapest, noted that he had a series of meetings with Hungarian police officials, and that such a significant level of communication will be continued on Thursday, when a new crossing will open at the Serbian-Hungarian border. In a statement, Bozovic explained that the second day of the conference was dedicated to a new Interpol strategy from 2014-2016, i.e. the way in which Interpol will tackle new security challenges and threats, and improve mutual communication, ways to improve the regulatory framework and ensure full efficiency and cooperation in the fight against all forms of crime. The Serbian state secretary noted that on Tuesday, on the margins of that meeting, he talked with Hungarian Interior Minister Sándor Pintér and Police Director Károly Papp, and that he met with Deputy State Secretary for EU and International Affairs Krisztina Berta on Wednesday. “We discussed the open issues, agreements that should be signed between the two ministries, joint patrols that will be set up, and activities in which Hungary could help us make the best use of IPA funds,” Bozovic said. He also talked with Zoltán Bolcsik, the chief of the National Protective Service which is tasked with similar duties as the Serbian sector of internal control, but the service is also conducting the fight against crime and corruption not only in the police, but also in all public services.

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