Azerbaijani and Georgian interior ministers discuss combat transnational criminality

Interior ministers of Azerbaijan and Georgia discussed the situation with combating the transnational crime.

Azerbaijani Minister of Internal Affairs, Colonel-General Ramil Usubov received his Georgian colleague Vano Merabishvili today, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Internal Affairs press-service said.

During the meeting, Usubov stressed the development of cooperation between law enforcement bodies of the two countries, especially in the field of combating transnational security.

In his turn, Merabishvili expressed confidence in strengthening cooperation between the two countries.

In 2002, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey signed the agreement to combat terrorism and organized crime.

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