COMINF project improves information sharing and response time of law enforcement agencies

The law enforcement agencies from the Republic of Moldova and Romania will achieve swift information sharing, leading to a substantial improvement in the response capabilities of authorities during emergency situations thanks to the successful completion of the “COMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE” project – COMINF.

Thus, by expanding communication capabilities and improving information sharing, the law enforcement agencies in the two countries will have a secure and efficient cooperation in managing emergency situations and other cross-border challenges.

The primary goal of the project was to create a strong communication network, facilitating efficient and secure information exchange between the law enforcement entities from Romania and the Republic of Moldova.

It is noteworthy that COMINF played a pivotal role in the establishment of the Cross-Border Police Cooperation Center in Lipcani. Furthermore, there was a modernization of the communication infrastructure, involving an increase in information transmission capacity to a minimum of 5 Gbps. Moreover, the acquisition of four mobile communication centers enabled the broadening of coverage with communication services.

The project, with a budget exceeding 7 million EUR, was funded by the European Union through the European Neighborhood Instrument (ENI), confirming the solid commitment of our European partners to regional development and interstate cooperation.

The project materialized due to the excellent cooperation between the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova and the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of Romania.

We are grateful to all those involved in this project – the working teams, our partners and supporters!