Since its establishment, APML has been a beneficiary of several key projects financed by foreign donors and partners, such as the EU, Council of Europe or USAID, that have greatly contributed to APML's development.
One of the major projects funded by the EU IPA 2010 programme, and implemented by the Council of Europe, is the Project against Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in Serbia - MOLI-Serbia.
MOLI-Serbia lasted from November 2010 to May 2014, which was when the APML started planning and preparation of the Terms of Reference for the current EU IPA 2015 AML/CFT Project.
MOLI-Serbia was worth EUR 2.265.0000, of which EUR 2 was funded by the EU, EUR 200.000 by the Council of Europe, and EUR 65,000 was allocated by the Republic of Serbia.
MOLI-Serbia built on the results and recommendations of the previous joint project funded by the European Union and implemented by the Council of Europe, PACO-Serbia (2005-2007).
MOLI-Serbia’s overall objective was to contribute to democracy and the rule of law through prevention and control of money laundering and terrorist and other forms of economic and financial crime in Serbia. The purpose of the Project was to enhance the capacities of the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing system in Serbia in terms of legislation, operations and capacities.
For more on the above projects please visit the Council of Europe website at: