Russia and Armenia will jointly combat illicit trafficking of narcotic drugs. Agreements on this were reached today in Moscow during a meeting between the Director of the Federal Service for Drug Control, Viktor Ivanov, and the Secretary of Armenian National Security Council, Arthur Baghdasaryan.
"The sides discussed a wide range of issues aimed at the use of mechanisms for effective cooperation and joint efforts in the fight against drug trafficking", the press service of the Security Council stated, News -Armenia reports.
Following the meeting between the administrations of the two structures a treaty was signed which outlines the upcoming events in the framework of cooperation that will significantly improve the skills of Armenian professionals working in this field, as well as technically related entities.
The Armenian delegation headed by Secretary of the Armenian National Security Council Arthur Baghdasaryan is in Moscow on a working visit to participate in the meeting of the secretaries of the Security Councils of the CIS countries.