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29 February 2024, 15:10

More and more countries interested in how Belarusian police maintains public order

MINSK, 29 February (BelTA) – An increasingly large number of countries are borrowing public order maintenance practices from Belarus, BelTA learned from Belarusian Internal Affairs Minister Ivan Kubrakov.

Ivan Kubrakov said: “Via Interpol we interact with over 100 countries, which share certain information with us and we provide information to them. Including Poland and Germany. They may seem unfriendly countries for us but we reciprocate if they contact us.”

In his words, colleagues from other countries see how public order is maintained in Belarus. “We maintain very tight interaction with Qatar and the UAE. Law enforcement agencies understand that we should stand together and cooperate. As for international cooperation, more and more countries contact us and tap into our experience of maintaining public order,” the internal affairs minister noted. “As far as the counteraction of cybercrimes is concerned, many laws and regulations have been adopted in our country. Many contact us for consultation and study our experience, including the unit that has been established to fight cybercrimes. I have made several business trips as the internal affairs minister this year alone. Colleagues from Zimbabwe have recently contacted us with a request to train their officers how to maintain public order, counteract extremism and terrorism. This is why we work and interact in this field.”

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