Cyprus Mail

Deal signed for metal detectors at courts

The supreme court

A seven-year contract for the supply, installation and maintenance of a metal and radiocommunication detector system at courts across the island worth more than €1 million was signed on Monday by the judicial service.

According to a statement by the department of electromechanical services, the total amount is €961,170 plus VAT.

The project is 90 per cent funded by the EU’s internal security fund and 10 per cent by government money, the announcement said.



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