Cesfront welcomes a delegation from the European Union
Source: Listin Diario
A delegation from the European Union visited the Dajabón border crossing yesterday to learn more about the Specialized Land Border Security Corps (Cesfront). The delegation went on a tour of the border military entity’s operating area and the site where the perimeter fence is being constructed. From the 24th to the 26th of this month, representatives of the European Union from Brussels will be in the nation.
Felice Zaccheo, head of the Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean Unit of the General Directorate of International Associations of the European Commission, and Jonathan Hatwell, head of the Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean Division of the European External Action Service, are in charge of the mission. They were welcomed by Brigadier General Frank Mauricio Cabrera Rizek, director of Cesfront. The delegation, along with other European Union ambassadors, traveled to Dajabón as part of its work schedule.
A large portion of the European continent is governed by the European Union. It is a unique economic and political organization in the world with 28 member nations. The majority of the EU’s institutions and officials are located in Brussels, which has been regarded as the capital of the EU since the 1960s.