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ALIMS starts a new project with the Italian Medicines Agency: MEDI-THEFT – Data sharing and Investigative Platform against Organised Thefts of Medicines

The Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia (ALIMS) is a part of the MEDI-THEFT Project led by the Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA) aiming to combat the growing problem of organized medicine theft.
The MEDI-THEFT project is funded by DG HOME – Internal Security Fund Programme and the activities will be implemented in a period of 24 months, starting from the 1 st November, 2021. The main objectives are to create the platform for sharing and processing data among regulatory authorities and other relevant EU actors in order to improve information, coordination and raise the efficiency of the investigations against organised medicine theft.

For more information: MEDI-THEFT_PressRelease

The Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia (ALIMS) will participate in the trainings via the e-platform and will take part in the communication and dissemination activities of the MEDI-THEFT Project results and their sustainability. In order to promote the importance of the Project in non EU MS countries, as well, it is planned to organise a presentation of the Project in the Republic of Serbia.

MEDI-THEFT Project – Official announcement after the first six months from starting the activities

In May was published the first newsletter of the project (MEDI-THEFT Newsletter N.1, May 2022) in which ALIMS is one of the partners. The newsletter contains basic information on the Project and the previous activities, the announcement of future events, as well as the interview with the project coordinator – Dr. Domenico Di Giorgio, from the Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA).

For more information please click here MEDI- THEFT Newsletter N.1, May 2022

ALIMS starts a new project with the Italian Medicines Agency: MEDI-THEFT – Data sharing and Investigative Platform against Organised Thefts of Medicines

The Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia (ALIMS) is a part of the MEDI-THEFT Project led by the Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA) aiming to combat the growing problem of organized medicine theft.
The MEDI-THEFT project is funded by DG HOME – Internal Security Fund Programme and the activities will be implemented in a period of 24 months, starting from the 1 st November, 2021. The main objectives are to create the platform for sharing and processing data among regulatory authorities and other relevant EU actors in order to improve information, coordination and raise the efficiency of the investigations against organised medicine theft.

For more information: MEDI-THEFT_PressRelease

The Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia (ALIMS) will participate in the trainings via the e-platform and will take part in the communication and dissemination activities of the MEDI-THEFT Project results and their sustainability. In order to promote the importance of the Project in non EU MS countries, as well, it is planned to organise a presentation of the Project in the Republic of Serbia.