Azerbaijan and Georgia made an agreement on a joint fight against international terrorism and narcotic trafficking. The agreement on this issue was reached today during the meeting between the Azerbaijani
national security minister Eldar Mahmudov and the speaker of the Georgian parliament Nino Burjanadze, a special correspondent of Trend in Tbilisi reports with reference to the office of the chairman of the Georgian parliament.
The security of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline was one of the basic discussion topics.
Besides, Burjanadze offered to create special conditions for attracting and protecting Azerbaijani investments. The sides stressed that after the visit, the information exchange between the special services of the two countries will take more intensive character. In this direction, the primary attention will be paid to the joint fight with terrorism and narcotic trafficking.
Besides, Mahmudov held a meeting with the Georgian interior minister Vano Merabishvili where the sides discussed the issues of bilateral cooperation.