Today Victor Yushchenko has met with Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble, president's press office reported.

The discussed ways to aid Ukraine’s law enforcement agencies in the context of a recently signed Ukraine-EU agreement on extradition. They spoke about how to better equip Ukraine’s borders and camps for illegal migrants. The President complained that the country had only two such camps but annually caught 9,000-14,000 foreigners.  

Mr. Yushchenko and Mr. Noble also discussed the possibility to open a sub-regional bureau of the Interpol General Secretariat for Central and Eastern Europe in Ukraine to faster exchange information in the region.

Mr. Noble reassured the President he would spare no effort to create a training center for Ukrainian law enforcement officers to help them fight crime more efficiently. He said he had discussed the issue with Interior Minister Yuri Lutsenko yesterday.


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