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Georgia and Malta will join the fight against crime together2011-06-10 16:14
The head of the Georgian law enforcement agencies Vano Merabishvili went to malta with a visit. According to the "GHN", citing the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, within the framework of this trip there has already been signed an agreement between the two countries on cooperation of agencies of the two countries to fight against crime.
In particular, the signed documents relate to matters of joint work on countering terrorism, drug trafficking and psychotropic substances.