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International cooperation

The main purpose of the foreign relations of the Police and Border Guard Board is to support the implementation of the developments and policies of the internal security sector. International Cooperation Bureau of the Development Department manages and operates the fulfilment of commitments arising from the regulations of international organisations, international treaties and inter-agency agreements.

Cooperation (contact point) in the matters of borders, police and migration and training and education

  • UN – United Nations
  • OSCE – Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
  • Interpol – International Criminal Police Organization
  • EASO – European Asylum Support Office
  • Europol – European Police Office
  • Frontex – European Border and Coast Guard Agency
  • NFIP – National Football Information Point

Bilateral and multilateral international cooperation with

  • EU Member States
  • Countries of the Baltic Sea region
  • Countries of the European Union’s Eastern Partnership
  • Strategic Partner Countries

Coordination of projects

  • Projects co-financed by the European Union (ISF, AMIF, Horizon 2020, JUSTICE programme)
  • EU structural funding
  • Projects of the EU Technical Assistance and Information Exchange programme (TAIEX)
  • Projects implemented in the framework of Estonia’s development cooperation