German police donate Regula doc readers to colleagues in Montenegro


German police donated five new mobile document readers Regula 7308 to their Montenegrin colleagues, reports Vijesti online.

The protocol on the handover of the donated equipment was signed by the Chief of the Border Police Vesko Damjanovic and the Federal Police Officer of Germany Oliver Has.

Mr. Vesko Damjanovic said that this is the most modern equipment for document verification used by the officers at border crossing points. In the long run, it will help to protect the country from cross-border crime.

The Chief of the Border Police pointed out that in addition to the donation of the document authenticity verification equipment, a number of specialized training courses for detection of forged documents will be carried out in the nearest future.

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