01.01.2015, 13:35

Hungarian Chairmanship of the Police Cooperation Convention for Southeast Europe

On 1 January 2015, the Ministry of Interior of Hungary took over the 6-month Chairmanship of the Police Cooperation Convention for Southeast Europe from the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Bulgaria. The chairmanship has a particular relevance for Hungary, having regard to the fact that it is the first time Hungary assumes this role. 

The aim of the Hungarian Chairmanship-in-Office is to improve the operational cooperation among the relevant authorities of the PCC SEE countries. In order to reach its goals, the Hungarian Chairmanship is willing to implement the following strategic and practical priorities: to ensure sustainability of the PCC SEE implementation activities, the improvement of the information-exchange among the PCC SEE countries, needs analyses based enhancement of cooperation between the police education and training institutions, paving the way towards the automated DNA data exchange within the PCC SEE families.

In addition, the chairmanship will organize several meetings for the different thematic working groups and expert networks. The program of the Hungarian Chairmanship-in-Office also includes the meeting of the 13th Committee of Ministers in May 2015.
The Hungarian Chairmanship-in-Office also intends to organise a joint operation against international organized criminal groups involved in facilitation of irregular migration in South East Europe, and will initiate discussion on the possibilities with the PCC SEE Contracting Parties.
From 1st January 2015, the Ministry of Interior of Hungary took over the 6-month Chairmanship of the Police Cooperation Convention for Southeast Europe from the Ministry of Interior of Bulgaria. The chairmanship has a particular relevance for Hungary having regard to the fact that it is the first time Hungary assumes this role. 
The aim of the Hungarian Chairmanship-in-Office is to improve the operational cooperation among the relevant authorities of the PCC SEE countries. In order to reach its goals, the Hungarian Chairmanship willing to implement the following strategic and practical priorities: to ensure sustainability of the PCC SEE implementation activities, the improvement of the information-exchange among the PCC SEE countries, needs analyses based enhancement of cooperation between the police education and training institutions, paving the way towards the automatized DNA data exchange within the PCC SEE families. 
In addition, the chairmanship will organize several meetings for the different thematic working groups and expert networks. The program of the Hungarian Chairmanship-in-Office also includes the meeting of the 13th Committee of Ministers on May 2015.
The Hungarian Chairmanship-in-Office also intends to organise a joint operation against international organized criminal groups involved in facilitation of irregular migration in South East Europe, and will initiate discussion on the possibilities with the PCC SEE Contracting Parties. The chairmanship has a particular relevance for Hungary having regard to the fact that it is the first time Hungary assumes this role. The aim of the Hungarian Chairmanship-in-Office is to improve the operational cooperation among the relevant authorities of the PCC SEE countries. In order to reach its goals, the Hungarian Chairmanship willing to implement the following strategic and practical priorities: to ensure sustainability of the PCC SEE implementation activities, the improvement of the information-exchange among the PCC SEE countries, needs analyses based enhancement of cooperation between the police education and training institutions, paving the way towards the automatized DNA data exchange within the PCC SEE families. In addition, the chairmanship will organize several meetings for the different thematic working groups and expert networks. The program of the Hungarian Chairmanship-in-Office also includes the meeting of the 13th Committee of Ministers on May 2015.The Hungarian Chairmanship-in-Office also intends to organise a joint operation against international organized criminal groups involved in facilitation of irregular migration in South East Europe, and will initiate discussion on the possibilities with the PCC SEE Contracting Parties.