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Baku to host CIS Council of Interior Ministers

13 July 2012 - 9:21am

 

Baku will host the next session of the CIS Council of Interior Ministers on September 6-8, Trend reports.

Ministers will discuss the cooperation concept in combating illegal use of information technologies, a protocol project on mechanisms of transferring physical evidence of crimes involving crime, weapons and ammo.

 

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