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NAC and General Inspectorate of Border Police will strengthen their efforts in actions aimed at preventing corruption and identifying border corruption schemes16.08.2019 700 Views
NAC and GIBP will strengthen their efforts in actions aimed at preventing corruption and identifying border corruption schemesAspects regarding starting awareness campaigns and anti-corruption training activities for border guards, access to information exchange on topics of common interest, were among the main topics discussed during the meeting between the director of the National Anticorruption Center, Ruslan Flocea and the chief of the General Inspectorate of Border Police, Rosian Vasiloi.
The managers of both authorities have proposed to collaborate in the elaboration of a series of effective tools to prevent corruption at the border. In this regard, reference was made to the establishment of an information record by the Border Police, on the segment aimed at signaling the crossing of the state border of the persons placed under the charge, who hide from the criminal prosecution body, as well as the means of transport, which are of interest in the exercise of their duties.
The interlocutors agreed on the creation of a joint working group, which will ensure the planning and conduct of the target operations on the "green" segment of the border, but also at the crossing points with a view to eradicating corruption schemes and fictitious removal of the means of transport at the border.
During September this year, NAC officers will conduct anti-corruption training courses for new border police officers in the spirit of intolerance to corruption and institutional integrity.
Both authorities have mandated specialists with functional competences in the field, who will have permanent working meetings, during which anti-corruption actions will be established, meant to exclude the corruption facts at the border.