Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey sign deal on security data sharing

Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey sign deal on security data sharing

PanARMENIAN.Net - Turkey, Bulgaria and Greece have signed an agreement to allow real-time information-sharing in law enforcement, Hurriyet Daily News reports.

The agreement for the new Police and Customs Cooperation Joint Contact Center was signed during Turkish Interior Minister Sebahattin Öztürk’s official visit to the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, on Monday, May 25.

“We will always be in cooperation with Bulgaria and Greece,” Öztürk said at a meeting with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Alternate Minister for Citizens’ Protection Yiannis Panousis.

The center aims to allow real-time information sharing between the border police, immigration, customs and law enforcement units of the three countries.

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