Anti-Terrorism Task Force

Established in 2003
Coordinated by Republic of Turkey

The Task Force has the following sub-groups:

Trafficking in Small Arms and Light Weapons – Coordinated by Republic of Albania
Trafficking in Weapons of Mass Destruction – Coordinated by Romania
Terrorist Groups – Coordinated by Republic of Turkey

This Task Force has regular meetings, providing forums of discussion for experts from SELEC Member States and partner countries and organizations. During the these meetings, the experts had the opportunity to share good practices and challenges, to initiate joint investigations, to evaluate the activities conducted and to decide upon further steps to be taken at regional level, as part of a common and more efficient endeavor for tackling cross-border organized crime.

5th Anti-Terrorism Task Force Meeting and Regional Workshop on Countering Terrorist Financing
5th Anti-Terrorism Task Force Meeting and Regional Workshop on Countering Terrorist Financing
   
July 4, 2011
BUCHAREST, July 4th – More than 80 specialists in countering terrorism met in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia, during a two-day workshop organized by the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate, SECI Center, ...
Financing of terrorism in South-East Europe, the focus of regional workshop
   
June 29, 2011
National law enforcement and financial intelligence experts from South-East Europe countries participate in a regional workshop on countering the financing of terrorism, in Belgrade, Serbia, from 29 to 30 June ...