SCO Member States to Set Up Police Analytical Centre
18.05.2009 — News
THE SVERDLOVSK OBLAST.
Russia will share its experience in oil-and-gas pipeline protection with the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation member states and will focus on combating the trans-border crime. A statement to that effect was made at the meeting of the SCO interior ministers in Ekaterinburg on May 17-18, 2009.
A month before the Ekaterinburg summit of the SCO heads of state, ministers of internal affairs from Russia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and China's minister for public security have signed several documents on joint activities in the spheres of personality rights' protection and national security.
Information exchange among partner states will become the key tool for fighting the trans-border crime. According to Rashid Nurgaliyev, Head of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, this will help to track criminals, as well as missing persons, more efficiently. Police forces of the six countries will set up a single Analytical Centre and will reinforce combating drug traffic from Afghanistan to SCO member states. As the representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation informed RusBusinessNews, in 2008 Russian drug police ran 27 operations together with their colleagues from the Central Asia, detaining several dozens drug-dealers.
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