Azerbaijan, Baku /corr. Trend S. Agayeva / The Presidents of the CIS countries signed a number of documents at the Summit on 5 October in Dushanbe.
The documents include the Agreement on Education of the Council of Heads of Migration Organizations of the CIS Member-Countries, the Protocol approving the Regulation on Interaction of the Border and other Organizations of the CIS Countries, a document on approval of the breastplate of the Council of Commanders of Border Troops 'Honorable Frontier Guard', the Agreement on Fighting against Legalization (laundering) of Criminal Revenues and Financing of Terrorism, the Program of Cooperation in Fighting against Criminality and Terrorism, 2008-2010 Inter-State Program of Joint Fighting against Criminality, 2008-2010 Program of Cooperation of CIS Countries in Fighting against Illegal Trade of Narcotics, Psychotropic Substances, 2008-2010 Program of CIS States in Fighting against Terrorism and other Extremisms, the Agreement on Cooperation of the CIS Countries in Fighting against Misappropriation of the Cultural Values and Ensuring their Returning, the Agreement on Social and Legal Guarantees for the Personnel of Collective Forces to Support Peace within CIS Territory, the Agreement on Rules of the Financially and Technically Ensuring the Activity and Personnel of Collective Forces to Support Peace within CIS territory.
In addition, the State Heads passed an appeal to the Coordination Assembly of the CIS organizations, which cooperate in fighting with criminality; to the Council of International Association of Academies of Sciences; and an Agreement on associated membership to the CIS. The President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev and CIS Executive Secretary, Vladimir Rushaylo, were awarded for their assistance in improving CIS activities.
Azerbaijan was represented at the Summit at the top level, with President Ilham Aliyev attending the meeting of the Council of the CIS State Heads. Aliyev has been holding and will continue to hold a number of meetings with his counterparts of the other CIS countries.