Iran, Kazakhstan Launch Cooperation in Fight against Terrorism

A01895663.jpgPresident Mahmoud Ahmadinejad issued a decree on Saturday asking the Interior Ministry to implement a treaty recently singed between Iran and Kyrgyzstan on a joint fight against terrorism and organized crimes. According to the treaty, the two countries will cooperate to prevent arms trafficking and crimes, identify criminals, etc, a statement released by the Presidential Press Office said.

A joint committee, which will hold annual meetings, is planned to be established to supervise the implementation of the treaty.

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