Border Troops Commanders Council of CIS Countries to Discuss Strengthening of Interactions
The issue concerning strengthening of cooperation will be discussed at the meeting of the Border Troops Commanders Council of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), which is planned to be held in Astana on 12 September, Interfax reported.
Is has been stated by the Public Relations Centre of the Federal Security Service that a range of issues are planned to be discussed, including exchange of experiences to considering the problems of cooperation amongst border structures of CIS countries.
The heads of the Border Troops Commanders Council of CIS countries will review special joint border operations and operative-preventive measures in 2007. They will consider the draft of agreements on cooperation to prevent false documents and will also discuss the functioning plan of the Border Troops Commanders Council of CIS countries for 2008 and a range of other issues during the meeting, Press-Uz reported.
Attending the meeting will be Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzia, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine and will be held under the chairmanship of Vladimir Pronichev, the First Deputy Director of the Federal Security Service.