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January 16, 2022

Nica meets foreign home affairs attachés

The Minister of Administration and Interior, Dan Nica, yesterday invited the liaison officers and the home affairs attaches accredited in Romania at the ministry yesterday, for the first time since he had taken over his position, discussing topics such as the Schengen review missions and international co-operation agreements, Agerpres informs.

Deputy Prime-Minister Dan Nica spoke on the effectiveness of international police co-operation, adding that the exchange of over 2,000 messages with foreign police officers and forces had helped solve prominent cases. He also stressed the fact that MAI was minded to stick to the Schengen area integration time-table. Other subjects were the re-organisation and effectiveness of the work of the Ministry, the Schengen review missions, the international police co-operation agreements, the security at Romanian borders, the performance of the Complex System of Observation, Supervision and Traffic Control at the Black Sea (SCOMAR).

The liaison officers and the home affairs attachés appreciated the good co-operation they had with the Romanian authorities and exemplified with cases they had dealt with thanks to co-operation, finding it necessary to carry on with all existing projects. Representatives of 15 states attended: The Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, The Netherlands, Slovakia, Spain, the USA, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Indonesia, as well as FBI officials.

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