At an international meeting in the walls of the Academy of Ministry of Internal Affairs discussed the specifics of multilateral cooperation and the implementation of educational programs in the area of migration.
A wide range of specialists gathered an event that took place on December 11 at the International training center for training, advanced training and retraining in the field of migration and combating human trafficking. The topical issues were discussed by more than 50 participants of the round table: representatives of the Ministry of internal affairs, the State Border Committee, the CIS Executive Committee, the International Organization for Migration, the embassies of China and Latvia in our country, as well as employees of higher education institutions - the Academy of Management under the President of Belarus and the Academy of the MIA.
The fact that our educational establishment is chosen as a venue for the current event is natural. Since 2008, the educational institution has been the base organization of the CIS member states for training, advanced training and retraining of personnel in the field of migration and combating human trafficking. Deputy head of the Academy for international cooperation - Head of the International training center, colonel of militia Alexander Kravchenko told about the annual holding of dozens of training events at the center, including in the interests of law enforcement agencies of the Commonwealth countries.
In addition to issues of training and retraining of personnel in the field of migration, the topics of the round table covered aspects of the development of cooperation in law enforcement in the field of international communication.
The need to hold such meetings, allowing a comprehensive review of problem issues, as well as training courses in this area, was stressed by the national coordinator of the programs of the IOM Representative Office in our country, Pavel Kholod. He also noted that the current event is intended to give impetus to further effective work in the framework of the EU project over the next four years.