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Kyrgyzstan to train 150 Afghan customs officers

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Kyrgyzstan to train 150 Afghan customs officers

afghan customs officers trainingKyrgyzstan plans to train 150 Afghan customs officers in the areas of detection of drugs, methods of risk assessment, inspection of cargo containers and trailers and methodology checks.

The two-week course began on 14 February at the training center under the State Customs Service of Kyrgyzstan in Leninskoe village.

During the training, the officers of the Afghan Customs Service will have the opportunity to attend seminars on management and share experiences with their Kyrgyz counterparts.

The participants will also become familiar with the technique of using the customs scanner and analysis of visual data, visit lectures on the basics of customs legislation and customs intelligence.



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