Serbian Internal Affairs Minister Bratislav Gasic and Dubai Police Force Commander-in-chief Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri opened in the Belgrade Waterfront district an e-police station that will provide services to citizens without the presence of police officers.
Members of the two countries’ delegations also toured the renovated facilities of the Savski Venac police station, the workplace of the officers who will provide support to the e-police station once it is put into operation, said the Ministry of Internal Affairs in a press release.
Gasic thanked the United Arab Emirates for its “expertise and wholehearted support” in the realization of the project, and said that he is “proud that, following Dubai’s example, Belgrade will get one of the most modern police stations that will undoubtedly facilitate citizens’ access to certain police services.”
The Minister said Belgrade and Serbia deserve such modern police stations, adding that the project is “proof of the close partner-like relations” between the Serbia and the UAE.
Al Marri said e-police stations achieved remarkable success in Dubai because they provide citizens with fast and efficient security and social services around the clock, in multiple languages.
We are pleased that, through this project, we transferred our knowledge and best practices to our colleagues at the Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs, said the Dubai police chief.
The two officials agreed that the Serbian and UAE police will continue to cooperate in all areas of common interest, to the benefit to both countries’ citizens, said the Serbian Internal Affairs Ministry.