Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo will have a joint center for police cooperation. Planned to open in Plava, Montenegro, this center will focus on exchanging and analyzing information and boost cross border cooperation with the aim of preventing and fighting all forms of cross border criminality.
On the other hand, this center will enable a rational use of human and technical resources in the fight against crime as such.
The establishment of this center was signed today in Tirana by the Albanian minister of Interior, Dritan Demiraj, who has underlined maximum engagement in the fight against organized crime, traffic of narcotic substances, traffic of human beings and unlawful migration.
He also added that the center will be operational as soon as possible, stressing the importance of expanding trilateral cooperation in other domains of common interest. /balkaneu.com/