MIA Border Police of Georgia made an official report about the projects implemented in 2014-2016
Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Head of MIA Border Police of Georgia, Major-General Zurab Gamezardashvili made an official report about the implemented, ongoing and upcoming projects of the Border Agency in 2014-2016.
As it was noted at the presentation the Border Police had constructed ten new border sectors in the past two years, and with the financial assistance provided by the United States and the European Union seven more are to be built before the end of the year.
The border sectors “Kasumlo” and “Keda” are being equipped with the support of the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
Financed by the United States Government, the Coast Guard Batumi Boat Basin has been equipped with a focus on enhancing coast guard capacities and maritime safety of the country.
Construction of an administration building of the K-9 Service (canine centre) of the MIA Border Police of Georgia has been initiated. The modernized K-9 service will be provided with new cages and operation rooms.
Joint Maritime Operations Center has been established under the Coast Guard Department of the MIA Border Police of Georgia with an aim to improve the capability of the national agencies to secure the Georgia’s maritime safety.
Twenty off-road vehicles, six snowmobiles, four tractors, and 43 all-terrain vehicles have been handed over to the Border Police of Georgia.