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Twenty-five officers from the State Border Guards Committee, State Customs Committee, Ministry of Interior, Phyto-sanitary and Veterinary services of the Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources took part in the first of a serious of awareness raising training sessions on anti-corruption.
The training has been organised by the Border Management Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA), funded by the European Union and implemented by UNDP, jointly with the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD).
The training was aimed at enhancing the knowledge and further strengthening the capacities of the participants to apply anticorruption policies and tools. The trainer from the European Union provided a general overview of the core anticorruption tools and mechanisms that can be applied in work of law enforcement agencies.
Specifically, the participants raised their awareness in the adverse effects of corruption and its impact on safety, security and economic development of the country.
The overall objectives of BOMCA are to help increase security in the Central Asian region, to contribute toward the facilitation of legitimate trade and transit, and to reduce the illicit movement of goods and people.
The BOMCA Programme is funded by the European Union and implemented by UNDP with ICMPD as an implementing partner.
For more information, please contact Alfiya Musina, BOMCA Country Manager in Uzbekistan, at email@example.com or at (998 71) 120 68 93