Abdurahmon Alamshozoda will present Tajikistan on the CMIA meeting of CIS countries in Minsk

02/09/2015 11:46
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Dushanbe. 2 September. “Asia Plus” -- Tajik party at the Council of Interior Ministers of Interior Affairs of CIS member states, which will be held today, on September 2, in Minsk, will present the first Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Abdurahmon Alamshozoda, reported the press center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

It is expected that the Heads of law enforcement bodies of the CIS in the course of this meeting will discuss priority issues for further cooperation and progress in the implementation of interstate programs to combat crime.

According to the press service of the CIS Executive Committee, the meeting participants will consider the draft documents on cooperation of the Commonwealth countries in the fight against computer crime, as well as to identify the measures to improve the interaction of law-enforcement bodies in combating the theft of vehicles.

It is also planned to approve the Instruction on the functioning of specialized data bank Office for the Coordination of the fight against organized crime and other dangerous crimes on the territory of the Commonwealth.

In addition, they will also discuss the development of an information exchange of internal affairs bodies for the prevention of unlawful acts by the members of informal associations of sport team fans (including the period of the international mass sports and entertainment events).

The Council will also discuss cooperation in the sphere of combating trafficking of new psychoactive, psychotropic substances and narcotic drugs, as well as similar to them in the physiological effects on the human body of potentially hazardous chemicals.

In the frames of the event it is planned to meet with the members of the Prime Minister of Belarus Andrei Kobyakov, and carry out a number of bilateral meetings of Ministers of the Interior Affairs.

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