Alexander Kuranov. Slovak law enforcement authorities will allocate From its ranks 300 people to participate in international missions, the need for which will over the years be felt more and more, said on the last working day of the week the head of the Republican police, Tibor Gaspar, speaking at.
"Recent months have shown that we need to single out a certain group of law enforcement officers for use abroad," said Gaspar.
in group to foreign missions will be included, according to his statement, law enforcement Ministers From among those who have experience of border control as well as administrative work with migrants, all they have to know English or other foreign languages, as well as to be familiar with the legislative acts of the Schengen area and other European documents.
Of the 300 selected for foreign missions of law enforcement officers 100 people will be used in the service on the borders of Ukraine with Slovakia, Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic, the rest will be distributed among various units stationed in the border areas of the Republic.
if necessary all 300 people are obliged to be very quickly ready to send abroad drew the attention of Gaspar. Abroad some Of them will be engaged in patrolling the border together with law enforcement agencies of the country, others will be involved in the registration and administrative work with migrants.
That is, According to Gaspar, is erected the work of those 50 Slovak police officers who are now at the request of the Hungarian partners help them in the activities at the border line with Serbia, which this year crossed more than 200 thousand migrants.
According to Gaspar, to replace those 300 people who will be taken out to participate in international missions, in the near future will begin the recruitment of new police officers, a lack of volunteers is not there, said the law enforcement officer the head.
"International situation indicates that the police ought to have a specific group of people willing to work abroad ", - noted Tibor Gaspar.