BOMCA transfers the equipment to Tajik Border Troops

70 sets of video surveillance systems special stations with a total cost of 48,000 euros have been purchased and transferred to the Border Troops of Tajikistan.

The purchased systems, consisting of servers, in-door and outdoor IP cameras, LED monitors and hard drives, will strengthen the capacities of technical equipment of the border service at remote border crossing points, which will allow to carry out better profiling of persons crossing the border, to create, store and analyse data on perpetrators and potentially dangerous persons and to efficiently transmit information to the Central office of the Tajik Border Troops.