Handover of equipment to the Border Police at MIA

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Paul Wohlers, U.S. Ambassador together with Minister of Interior Affairs, Gordana Jankulovska, General Director of Customs, Vancho Kargov and other senior officials, will attend the handover ceremony for equipment donation today.

Program of the U.S. Embassy for Export Control and Border Security (EXBS) provide donation of equipment that will facilitate the work of the Border Police at the Ministry of Interior Affairs and the Customs Administration at the Ministry of Finance.

Equipment worth 479,000 USD includes night vision devices, equipment for thermal imaging, inspection instruments, surveillance cameras, GPS navigation devices, radiation detectors, and two patrol vehicles.

This donation will enhance the ability of the Border Police and the Customs Administration in Macedonia to perform professional border control and improve the operation of border crossings.

The equipment will increase the possibilities of these two border agencies for patrol and border surveillance, mobile operations, crime prevention operations, combating cross-border crime and terrorism, radiation detection, identifying weapons of mass destruction, as well as conducting primary and secondary inspections border crossings.

Paul Wohlers, U.S. Ambassador together with Minister of Interior Affairs, Gordana Jankulovska, General Director of Customs, Vancho Kargov and other senior officials, will attend the handover ceremony for equipment donation today.

Program of the U.S. Embassy for Export Control and Border Security (EXBS) provide donation of equipment that will facilitate the work of the Border Police at the Ministry of Interior Affairs and the Customs Administration at the Ministry of Finance.

Equipment worth 479,000 USD includes night vision devices, equipment for thermal imaging, inspection instruments, surveillance cameras, GPS navigation devices, radiation detectors, and two patrol vehicles.

This donation will enhance the ability of the Border Police and the Customs Administration in Macedonia to perform professional border control and improve the operation of border crossings.

The equipment will increase the possibilities of these two border agencies for patrol and border surveillance, mobile operations, crime prevention operations, combating cross-border crime and terrorism, radiation detection, identifying weapons of mass destruction, as well as conducting primary and secondary inspections border crossings.

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