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Border police, FRONTEX officers to check means of transport in border area

13:21 | 09.08.2022 Category: Social

Chisinau, 9 Aug. /MOLDPRES/- Several mixed crews, made up of border police and FRONTEX officers, will undertake measures to check the means of transport at the state border crossing points, but also on the national routes in the border area.

According to the Border Police, the action will take place throughout this month and aims to gather information on the criminal actions of suspected persons, check the means of transport and their documents, monitor the operational situation to prevent and combat possible cases of illegal transport traffic.

At the same time, the mixed teams will undertake actions to track down and disable unregistered/deleted vehicles from the Register of the states of origin of the cars, as well as stolen ones. In the same way, means of transport with elements to modify the identification number of the chassis and car body by deletion, replacement or modification are to be detected. Also, the persons involved in the illegal car traffic, their routes and mode of operation are to be determined.

The joint actions are included in the agreement signed by the Republic of Moldova and the European Union regarding the operational activities carried out by the European Border Police and Coast Guard Agency in the Republic of Moldova (FRONTEX), which entered into force on July 8.

The document provides for the implementation of joint actions on the territory of the Republic of Moldova by the Border Police and FRONTEX, by providing the necessary support in ensuring the security of the state border, managing the regional crisis and the flow of refugees at the Moldovan-Ukrainian border.

Photo: Border Police




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