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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Training courses on prevention of domestic violence and youth crime and on crime scene examination are also organized.
Also, Abrahamyan said that a new ministry will be set up to deal with issues related to int’l economic integration and reforms.
“We should find a way to make sure that haste in the process does not harm the quality of the adopted legislation,” Manukyan said.
The initiative is implemented by Protection of Rights Without Borders NGO with the support of the OSCE Office in Yerevan.
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