The Ministers of Internal Affairs of Montenegro, Serbia and B&H, Raško Konjević, Ivica Dačić and Fahrudin Radončić signed a protocol yesterday on the establishment and functioning of the joint center for police cooperation and agreed that the headquarters for the three countries would be in Trebinje, B&H.
At the meeting held in Budva, they agreed that the location would best contribute to the operability of good cooperation of this center.
The protocol also included an agreement for the exchange of information between the three countries from the area of security, and the rate of international crime and illegal migration would reduce.
During the second day of the Forum of Ministers EU-Western Balkans in the area of justice and internal affairs, the ministers spoke of the joint fight against corruption, judicial reform and challenges in this area, judicial cooperation in criminal and civil matters and integration and the rights of Roma.
Minister of Security of B&H Fahrudin Radončić said that the biggest challenge for B&H in the next period when it comes to security and internal affairs is to reduce false asylum seekers.