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Friday, November 29, 2019 - 13:25
EU Ambassador to the East African Community Manfredo Fanti and EAC Secretary-General, Libérat Mfumukeko on Wednesday launched a new ten million Euros joint programme to address regional and cross border security threats.
 
The programme is a regional response to the various and growing security threats across the EAC region. 
 
It will work both on enhancing the technical capacities and building trust between the law enforcement agencies in the EAC Partner States.
 
EAC Secretariat and the International Criminal Police Organization will implement this 45-month programme to provide peace and security to the people of the region.
 
“Cooperation in this area can work only if there is mutual trust among law enforcement agencies and this is what the programme aims at,” said EU Ambassador Fanti.
 
Secretary General Ambassador Mfumukeko hailed the long standing partnership between the EAC and the EU in the peace and security sector, a key enabler to the integration process in East Africa.
 
He said this project will also assist the EAC in the implementation of the recently adopted Peace and Security Protocol.
 
It will feed into the broader African commitment of “silencing the guns in Africa by 2020”, Ambassador Mfumukeko added.
 
 
 

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