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15 December 2021, 19:59

Belarusian police academy, Uzbek police university sign cooperation plan for 2022

Photo courtesy of amia.by
Photo courtesy of amia.by

MINSK, 15 December (BelTA) – The Academy of the Internal Affairs Ministry of Belarus and the Public Security University of Uzbekistan have signed a plan meant to guide bilateral cooperation in 2022, the Academy's representatives told BelTA.

A delegation of Uzbekistan's National Guard led by Commander, Major-General Rustam Dzhurayev is in Belarus on a working visit. A plan on practical cooperation between Uzbekistan's National Guard and the Belarusian Internal Affairs Ministry was signed on the first day of the visit. The Belarusian side had prepared an intensive itinerary for the guests. A number of useful and productive meetings have already been held. The delegation went to the Internal Affairs Ministry's Academy on 15 December.

Top officials of the Academy led by the Academy's Chief, Police Major-General Aleksandr Vasilyev met with the foreign delegation – Chief of the Public Security University, Colonel Mirzayusup Rustambayev and Chief of the Bukhara Oblast branch of Uzbekistan's National Guard, Colonel Bakhtiyer Sayidzhanov. The meeting took place in the Academy's International Center for Training, Advanced Training, Retraining in Migration and Anti-Trafficking in Human Beings.

Capabilities of the training center were demonstrated to the guests. In addition to teaching the latest management methods, ways and means of counteracting criminal activities relating to migration and trafficking in persons the center participates in the development of transnational and interagency cooperation, summarizes and distributes cutting-edge law enforcement practices.

The center hosts advanced training courses, seminars, and other educational events. Specialists from Belarus and other countries are trained in the center. International experts share their experience and knowledge. Leading specialists of the Internal Affairs Ministry Academy as well as personnel of specialized divisions of the Internal Affairs Ministry, the Supreme Court, the Office of the Prosecutor General, the State Border Committee, the Investigative Committee, the State Control Committee, and other Belarusian government agencies take care of the education process.

The meeting resulted in the signing of a plan meant to guide cooperation between the Academy of the Belarusian Internal Affairs Ministry and the Public Security University of Uzbekistan in 2022.

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