EU provides Georgia with special equipment to combat narcotics crime

The EU-ACT project began in Georgia in 2017. Photo: Ministry of Internal Affairs., 23 Jun 2020 - 14:29, Tbilisi,Georgia

The Ministry of Internal Affairs has been provided with special equipment within the framework of the EU Action Against Drugs and Organised Crime (EU-ACT) project.

The equipment will improve the capability of the ministry to combat narcotics and organised crime,” said the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Photo: Ministry of Internal Affairs.

EU-ACT aims at building capacities to increase regional and trans-regional law enforcement cooperation and coordination in the fight against organized crime and trafficking activities along the heroin route, as well as supporting the development of drugs policy and drug demand reduction activities,” says the project website.

The EU-ACT project began in Georgia in 2017.