Border Management Programme handed over equipment to the Tajik Customs Service

  • Thematic Component: General
  • Country: Tajikistan

The EU funded Border Management Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA10) officially handed over a set of IT equipment and a portable radio sets to the Customs Service under the Government of Tajikistan, accounting for a total value of 8,355 EUR.

The IT equipment, computers and an external hard drive, will be used in the Unified Automated Information System, effective application of the customs tariff mechanism, as well.

The radio stations will be used at the checkpoint on the Tajik-Afghan border for the effective implementation of their activities.

It is worth noting that these assets were purchased by BOMCA 10 on the basis of an ad hoc request by the national counterparts, to further strengthen the technical basis of their respective agencies, which in its turn supports the achievement of results under the BOMCA programme.