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The delegation of the Polish Ministry of Interior visits the Armenian Police (VIDEO)

09.12.2015 19:31 Reception
The delegation of the Polish Ministry of Interior visits the Armenian Police (VIDEO)

The delegation of the Polish Ministry of Interior led by Head of the Police Staff Robert Zholkievsky visited Yerevan from December 7 to December 9. The visit was conducted within the framework of the "Three-year action plan of Eastern Partnership Police Cooperation" signed with Police of the Republic of Armenia in 2014.
On Wednesday, December 9 Head of the RA Police Headquarters, Police Major General Aram Zaqaryan received the delegation. The course of implementation of the police cooperation program, current challenges and issues related to increasing the efficiency of work performed were discussed during the meeting. The meeting agenda also included a number of other issues of mutual interest, namely the evaluation process of human resources in the Police, personnel training opportunities within the framework international cooperation programs, as well as issues related to signing a Memorandum of mutual understanding between the Educational Complex of Police of the Republic of Armenia and Police Academy of the Polish Ministy of Interior in Szczytno.
Within the framework of the visit a number of expert meetings were held at the Educational Complex and Department of Human recources of Police of the Republic of Armenia.