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04.06.2019

Regula equipment is now installed at Kenya Institute of Migration Studies (KIMS) in Nairobi, Kenya

On May 28, 2019 Regula representatives attended a festive event which was dedicated to the handover of Regula document authenticity verification equipment to the Immigration Service of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi, Kenya. The VSC Regula 4307, the microscope Regula 5001MK, the document reader Regula 7024M and the document authenticity verification device Regula 4115 were delivered by IOM Kenya and installed in the premises of the newly launched laboratory facilities of the Kenya Institute of Migration Studies (KIMS). From the Kenyan government side, the handover documents were signed by Major General, Dr Gordon Kihalangwa.

Afterwards, on May 28-30, 2019 Regula training experts Mr. Andrei Dumski and Mr. Vitalijs Voitkevics carried out a 3-day training course at the KIMS laboratory for the officers of the JKIA immigration service. The training session was organized by IOM Kenya. During the training, the JKIA immigration service officers have developed their knowledge in document examination and got acquainted with the use of Regula authenticity verification devices. Moreover, the officers learned more about useful techniques required for efficient detection of counterfeit and forged identity documents.

Regula equipment is now installed at Kenya Institute of Migration Studies (KIMS) in Nairobi, Kenya Regula equipment is now installed at Kenya Institute of Migration Studies (KIMS) in Nairobi, Kenya Regula equipment is now installed at Kenya Institute of Migration Studies (KIMS) in Nairobi, Kenya
Regula equipment is now installed at Kenya Institute of Migration Studies (KIMS) in Nairobi, Kenya Regula equipment is now installed at Kenya Institute of Migration Studies (KIMS) in Nairobi, Kenya Regula equipment is now installed at Kenya Institute of Migration Studies (KIMS) in Nairobi, Kenya