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Centre delivers training to the customs service officers

Category
Mission Activity
Date(s)
Subject
Customs
Subject
Customs
Date(s)
Region
Central Asia
Keywords
explosives, drugs-search procedure, trafficking

Summary

On 19 December, the Centre and the State Customs Service launched a two-week training course for some 100 customs officers, covering the use of technological tools for customs control. The course aimed at enhancing the trainees’ capacities on the effective operation of these tools at checkpoints and customs clearance points. The training sessions focused on effective ways of operating equipment necessary to detect explosive devices and drugs, as well as using tools such as analysers and dosimeters. This course is part of the OSCE Centre’s project on enhancing the capacities of the Kyrgyz Customs Service to facilitate legal trade and tackle illicit drug trafficking.

Information

Added on
28 Feb 2017
Origin
OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Region
Kyrgyzstan
Keywords
explosives, drugs-search procedure, trafficking
Rights
OSCE