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EUROSUR II, förstärkt operativ förmåga
Project

Overview

Total funding

€3,092,251.92

from 2020 to 2022

Funding per country

Information

Beneficiaries1
Project start2020-01-01
Project end2022-12-31

Funding program

Internal Security Fund

Total budget: €1,812,061,376.53

Projects: 1185

Beneficiaries: 404

The Internal Security Fund (ISF, 2014-20) financed national and EU projects for policing, security and borders. More information on the EU website

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Description

The project intends to increase the capacity of authorities responsible for border control by increasing the ability to base operational activities on intelligence and risk assessments. A generic concept for operational planning will be developed to facilitate national coordination. Contingency plans must be designed to be able to better handle extraordinary incidents with contact with the border administration. The project builds on the organizational structure created in the ongoing ISF-funded project EUROSUR and secures contact routes for information exchange and operational cooperation at national and regional level between the Coast Guard, the Swedish Customs and the Police Authority.

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Police

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