The CORMS I was implemented by a consortium led by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE- DGCS) and composed of the International and Ibero-American Foundation of Administration and Public Policies (FIIAPP), the National Crime Agency (NCA) and CIVIPOL Conseil.

CORMS I has ended its activities on June 2014

For more information about the Cocaine Route Programme visit the website of DG Development and Cooperation - EuropeAid Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace.

Cocaine Route
Programme

In recent years, there has been a marked increase in the trafficking of cocaine from Latin America to Europe through Caribbean and West Africa. Mostly by sea and air routes, with an emerging role of Central America. As a result money laundering has grown dramatically. Its interactions with the global financial and economic crises are posing an increasing danger to global economic stability.

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2013 Cocaine Route Conference documents

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About

Transnational organised crime, including drug trafficking, and money laundering can by all means be considered as one of the main challenges for the European Union and the global world.

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Projects

The EU programme is implemented in the concerned regions through eight projects with the aim to link them up gradually:
AIRCOP, AMERIPOL, AML-WA, CORMS, GAFISUD, PRELAC, SEACOP and WAPIS.

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Programme

Supporting the fight against organised crime on the Cocaine Route programme is one of the EU actions to strengthen international cooperation and law enforcement authorities in the regions concerned by this threat.

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News/Events

This section contains useful information and documents about the 2013 Cocaine Route Conference, the Mid-Term Review of the Cocaine Route Programme, news about project activities, seminars, other events, etc.etc.

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