TİKA helps Serbian security with job training

TİKA helps Serbian security with job training

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TİKA helps Serbian security with job training

Turkey’s state aid agency has given job training to 16 members of the Serbian security forces, the agency said on July 18.

The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) said the training was provided in Serbia’s capital Belgrade as part of the International Police Training Cooperation Project.

Designed for coordination and experience-sharing among Turkey and others, the project was jointly conducted by the Turkish Security Directorate.

A total of 16 border security personnel benefitted from career education in detecting fraud in travel documents.

At a graduation ceremony, the participants received certificates.

Earlier, training in Serbia from April 30 to May 4 focused on drug crime investigation training.

n applied training program is also planned for Serbian Interior Ministry staff in Turkey, the statement added.

Established in 1992, Turkey’s state-run aid agency is responsible for implementing Turkey’s developmental cooperation policies overseas.

The agency carries out development cooperation activities in 170 countries via its 61 program coordination offices in 59 countries across five continents.