Georgian and Armenian authorities discuss methods in fighting against transnational crime

Georgian and Armenian authorities discuss methods in fighting against transnational crime

Georgian and Armenian authorities discuss methods in fighting against transnational crime

The FINANCIAL -- Officials from Georgian and Armenian border and custom services recently held a bilaterial workshop in Yerevan on “Transnational Crime – Methods and New Trends” as part of an EU-funded border capacity project, according to EU Neighbourhood Info.

The aim of the meeting was to discuss new methods in fighting against transnational crime used by European Customs services.  The officials also learned about the work of the Latvian customs and State Border Guard, their tasks, responsibilities and competences, operation of mobile groups, corruption issues, risk analyses for identification of new trends of transnational criminal activities and much more.
 
The workshop was organised as part of the EU-funded project on ‘Provision of Equipment and Infrastructure for the Bagratashen-Sadakhlo Border Crossing Point between Armenia and Georgia and enhancement of their capacities’.