Armenia, UAE to boost security cooperation

Armenia, UAE to boost security cooperation

PanARMENIAN.Net - At July 19 sitting, the government approved a proposition on signing Armenia-UAE security agreement.

As deputy police chief Artur Osikyan noted, the document envisages cooperation at the frontiers of the two states in preventing and struggling against the crime, as well as experience & information exchange.

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"Abrahamyan's appointment came as a compromise, with his candidacy acceptable for the main political forces in Armenia," Arzumanyan said.
Abrahamyan has three weeks to form his cabinet and seek a vote of confidence from the National Assembly controlled by the RPA.
Stepan Safaryan noted that there is an invisible pressure on Sargsyan; "it’s coming from Russia, rather than Armenia," he said.
The course was aimed at professionals who successfully completed the Basic Criminal Intelligence Analysis Course in February 2014.
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