Feds spend $50K on two Mitsubishis for the Albanian border police

By Elizabeth Harrington│Washington Free Beacon

The State Department purchased two Mitsubishi pick-ups for $50,000 to be used by the border police in Albania.

The U.S. government has already bought six L200 Double Cab Mitsubishis for the Albanian Border Police (ABP), and said the two additional vehicles will “fulfill the ABP’s needs.”

“The vehicles will be provided to the Albanian Border Police (ABP) under a U.S. Government funded nonproliferation assistance program,” the contract said. “The ABP will deploy the vehicles to the Regional Border Police Directorates in Albania for patrolling, monitoring and controlling its land borders, and to interdict illicit trafficking across those borders.”

at the Washington Free Beacon.

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