GUAM FMs Sign Terrorism Struggle Protocol
Azerbaijan, Baku, 5 Dec / Trend corr. N.Abdullayeva/ Foreign Ministers of GUAM countries (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Moldova) signed a protocol to the agreement on cooperation among GUAM countries' governments in struggle against terrorism, organized crime and other dangerous crimes.
The document was inked after the meeting of GUAM Foreign Ministers in Helsinki within annual meeting of OSCE Ministerial Council that took place from 4 to 5 December, GUAM Secretariat said to Trend on 5 Dec.
GUAM was established in 1997 during the summit of presidents of European Union countries in Strasburg, but was almost inactive until 2005. The key issues of the summits of the recent three years were settlement of regional conflicts and coordination of efforts to ensure energy security.
According to the protocol, information exchange shall be implemented at the communication subsystem of the Interstate Information and Analytical System of GUAM in accordance with the norms of national legislation of every country.
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