BOMCA Program Representatives Meet With Turkmen Officials

BOMCA Program Representatives Meet With Turkmen Officials
BOMCA is one of the largest assistance programs of the European Union and UNDP in Central Asia.

Representatives of the BOMCA-9 program, headed by the regional leader Maris Domins, held meetings with the officials of Turkmenistan’s State Customs Service and State Border Service on September 13.

At the meetings, parties discussed the main aspects of the implementation of the BOMCA-9 program in Turkmenistan, as well as the preparation of the Final Report of the project.

The Border Management Program in Central Asia (BOMCA) is one of the largest assistance programs of the European Union and UNDP in Central Asia. The program began its activities in 2003. The main strategy of the BOMCA Program is to promote the stability and security of the countries of Central Asia through integrated border management and regional cooperation.

BOMCA also provides assistance to Central Asian countries in their pursuit of regional economic development and facilitates trade in Central Asia, with neighboring countries and between the countries of Central Asia and the EU member states.