IOM Pakistan signs Rs260.45m accord with Denmark.

ISLAMABAD -- The government of Denmark on Monday signed a DKK10 million (Rs260.45 million) partnership agreement with the International Organisation for Migration, UN Migration Agency in Pakistan to assist Pakistani authorities and build capacity to meet the challenges occurred on Pakistan as a result of irregular migration.

Under the agreement, Denmark will provide funds to implement a comprehensive and coordinated response to combat trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants in Pakistan. The partnership agreement was signed by the Lis Rosenholm, Ambassador of Denmark to Pakistan and Mio Sato, Chief of Mission, IOM Pakistan at the Danish Embassy in Islamabad.

IOM, in close partnership with the Federal Investigation Agency of Pakistan will implement a range of activities relating to prevention of TIP and SOM as well as ensuring protection of victims of these organised crimes. The IOM Pakistan has closely aligned all project activities with the priorities of the FIA as outlined in their National Action Plan (2021-2025) to combat TIP and SOM in...

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