The United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the European Union (EU) and the State Border Service of Azerbaijan plan to hold different training courses for employees of the relevant government bodies of the two countries under the joint project “Better coordination of protection of the land border between Georgia and Azerbaijan”. The training courses will be drafted based on the objectives of the project’s major components.
Taking into account that one of the project components is to create and implement a coordinated action to strengthen the protection of the border between Azerbaijan and Georgia, the first training on “Preparation of the treaty on cooperation between officials of the State Border Service of Azerbaijan Republic and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia” was held on December 18-19 in Baku, Azerbaijan.
The training course discussed the international experience on development of bilateral and multilateral agreements on border cooperation, as well elaborate on the effectiveness and enforcement mechanism of these agreements.
International experts of the International Center for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) run the event. The representatives of the relevant state institutions of Azerbaijan Republic attended the training courses.