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Regional cooperation of the Police structures was discussed in Palanga

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2014 09 04

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Regional cooperation of the Police structures was discussed in Palanga
Regional cooperation of the Police structures was discussed in Palanga

Today the Minister of the Interior Dailis Alfonsas Barakauskas opened four-lateral Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian and Polaskie Voivodeship police chiefs' meeting in Palanga.

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Greeting its participants the Minister emphasized the importance of effective cooperation of law enforcement, especially with the neighboring States.

The long-term traditions of cooperation of law enforcement institutions of the States of the region have resulted in active and productive cooperation. In the course of the meeting the chiefs review the implementation of decisions and agreements on joint actions adopted in the past. Cooperation of the public police aimed at enhancing traffic safety and ensuring prevention of road traffic offences on the road "Via Baltica", as well as joint patrol in border regions organized by the countries have also been emphasized.

One of the most significant topics of the meeting was the reform being carried out in the Estonian police. The chief of the Estonian police also sharing his experience of planning and organizing the measures meant to ensure the security during the USA President B. Obama visit in Tallinn which received worldwide attention and finished yesterday.

The chiefs of the Latvian and Estonian police shared the experience related to the preparation for adopting the Euro, which is extremely important for Lithuanian police in preparation for potential challenges in relation to that. In their turn, Lithuanian police chiefs shared experience related to the Presidency of the Council of the European Union and particularity of police tasks. In the course of the meeting the Latvian delegation presented priorities in the field of law enforcement in relation to the Presidency of the Council of EU to be held since 1st January 2015 in Latvia.

The police of all four States successfully cooperate while applying for grants for EU funded projects which contribute to improving qualification of police officers of different levels in particular law enforcement areas, enhancing practical cooperation, exchanging best practice, forming international police cooperation strategy and improving the material basis. 

Regional cooperation of the Police structures was discussed in Palanga   Regional cooperation of the Police structures was discussed in Palanga
Regional cooperation of the Police structures was discussed in Palanga   Regional cooperation of the Police structures was discussed in Palanga
Regional cooperation of the Police structures was discussed in Palanga   Regional cooperation of the Police structures was discussed in Palanga