EU approves €5 million in support of police sector reform

The European Commission has approved the disbursement of €5 million in budget support assistance to help the delivery of reforms in the police sector in the Republic of Moldova. The disbursement follows progress made in key reform areas in the law enforcement sector, including positive developments in safeguarding human rights,

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