Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan

An exemplary lesson with students in the Academy of the MIA


Based on instructions from the Founder of the World and National Unity, the Leader of the Nation, the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, respected Emomali Rahmon, to enhance the professional development of law enforcement officers and the timely execution of decisions within the framework of the working meetings of the Interior Minister, Militia Colonel General Rakhimzoda Ramazon Khamro, at the Academy of the MIA the First Deputy Interior Minister, Militia Major-General Alamshozoda Abdurahmon Alamsho held an exemplary level on the subject "Fundamentals of the legal activities of the joint carrying out of operatively-search activity in the fight against extremism and terrorism."


The audience received a great impression of this lesson, recorded its contents in working notebooks for independent reading and studying.
Also, First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Alamshozoda A.A., noted that global terrorism and extremism is a threat to the whole world, and we are guided by the instructions of the Leader of the nation in this direction to take all necessary measures, it is gratifying that on the initiative of the Minister of Internal Affairs, in this direction, similar activities will be conducted to improve the knowledge and skills of the audience.
At the end of the lesson, a discussion was held between the listeners.
Khalimzoda D.D., Aslamov B.S.

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