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Joint Hungarian-Romanian police patrols in tourist resorts near border

Joint patrols composed of Romanian police officers from Bihor County and Hungary are at the disposal of citizens throughout August in the tourist areas of Hajduszoboszlo (Hajdu Bihar, Hungary) and Padis (Bihor, Romania), a press release of the Bihor County Police Inspectorate (IPJ Bihor) informs. According to the quoted source, the exchange of joint patrols, two Hungarian policemen and two Romanian policemen, that marks the action’s debut, took place on Monday, at 10.00 EEST, at the Artand/Bors Border Crossing. The joint Hungarian-Romanian patrols are to operate, between August 4-21, in Bihor County, in the mountainous tourist region of the Apuseni Natural Parc, more specifically in the Padis and Boga Valley regions, important points of attraction for Hungarian tourists.

At the same time, two police officers from the Bihor Police will be present in the Hajduszoboszlo resort of the neighboring county of Hajdu Bihar over the border, one of the largest open air pools of Eastern Europe that sees a high influx of Romanian tourists during the summer.


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