THE IMPORTANCE OF THE NAVAL COMPONENT OF THE ROMANIAN BORDER POLICE WITHIN THE EU’S EXTERNAL BORDER
At European and international level, the surveillance of the maritime space, rivers and harbours, saving and protecting the sea life, the prevention and countering the trans-border criminality, the surveillance of the maritime border, countering the piracy and the terrorism, the protection of the marine environment, the control of the compliance with the rules foreseen by the maritime legislation, ensuring the public order, the security of the maritime transportation, the protection of the exclusive economic zone’s resources,
represent a wide range of attributions assigned to one authority with different structures and roles, also usually known under the name of Coast Guard.
Keywords: surveillance of the maritime space; prevention; countering; illegal migration; trans-border criminality; Naval Group.
Law no. 280/7.12.2011, concerning the modification of the Law no.
/2010 for updating the Emergency Government Ordinance no. 104/2001 related to the organization and functioning of the Romanian Border Police and for rending obsolete art. 4 paragraph. (4) of the Emergency Government
Ordinance nr. 105/2001 Romania borders, and for updating the Emergency Government Ordinance no.104/2001-the organization and functioning of
the Romanian Border, published in the Official Journal no. 877/12.12.2011
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