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Thursday, 25 November 2010

Police reform to be stepped up

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received today a delegation led by Senior Police Affairs Adviser to OSCE General Secretariat Knut Dreyer. In attendance was OSCE Armenia Office head Serguey Kapinos.

Greeting the guests, Tigran Sargsyan said to be hopeful that their visit might boost ongoing effective cooperation in the field of police reform.

Thanking the Prime Minister for reception, Knut Dreyer gave the details of his visit. Appreciative of the pace of police reform in Armenia, he advised that enhanced public confidence in police forces, police training system modernization and corruption-related questions had been discussed during the contacts held with local stakeholders.

Stressing the importance of the 2010-2011 police reform program adopted by the government on April 1, 2010, the Prime Minister highlighted the need for upgrading the material base and working conditions in the system of police. Tigran Sargsyan made a point of training and recruiting young servicemen in an effort to do away with the Soviet-era way of thinking and provide for greater transparency in police activities.

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