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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

European Commission approves Malta's national programme for internal security fund

The Parliamentary Secretariat for the EU Presidency 2017 and EU Funds is in a position to announce that the European Commission has approved Malta’s Internal Security Fund (ISF) for the 2014-2020 financial period. Following the necessary negotiations, this document has been now finalised and adopted by the European Commission allowing Malta to invest around €75 million (EU funds only).

The Internal Security Fund (ISF) 2014-2020 will further provide for the installation of Phase II of the Integrated Communications System (ICS), the construction of a new Joint Operations Centre (OPSCEN), the improvement of the reaction capability of OPV P61 and the third fixed-wing maritime patrol aircraft, as well as two new hangars and ancillary facilities at Air Wing.

Moreover this particular fund will oversee the procurement of a Helicopter Capable Patrol Vessel and the procurement of a third Twin-engine Helicopter.

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