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BiH and Serbia implement convention on police cooperation in see

SARAJEVO – The Council of Ministers defined a Proposal Protocol between the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia on implementation of Articles 13-15 of the Convention on Police Cooperation in the South Eastern Europe, which will contribute to increased stability and security in the region.

The Protocol sets forth more specifically the way of implementation of an urgent pursuit across the shared land border between BiH and Serbia, cross-border surveillance and controlled deliveries at territories of the countries- signatories.

The Ministry of Security will provide the Proposal Protocol to the BiH Presidency for further procedure of approval, with incorporated corrections made at the session, while the Minister fo security was proposed for the BIH signatory.

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