Thursday, April 12, 2012

CSTO wants to intensify anti-drug cooperation with NATO

Svetlana Andreyeva
12.04.2012, 15:49
The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which comprises 7 countries of the former USSR, including Russia, wants to intensify cooperation with NATO in fighting drug trafficking from Afghanistan. Viktor Ivanov , director of Russia's Federal Drug Control Service, made this statement in Astana at a meeting of the head of the anti-drug agencies of the CSTO member-states.
The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which comprises 7 countries of the former USSR, including Russia, wants to intensify cooperation with NATO in fighting drug trafficking from Afghanistan. Viktor Ivanov, director of Russia's Federal Drug Control Service, made this statement in Astana at a meeting of the head of the anti-drug agencies of the CSTO member-states. The decision to strengthen anti-drug cooperation between the CSTO and NATO was taken at the meeting of Foreign Ministers of the CSTO countries, which was also held in Astana last week. The current statement by Viktor Ivanov sets the guidelines for the strategic partnership of the two organizations.
Source: Voice of Russia

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