Belarus, Armenia to discuss cooperation in meeting modern-day challenges

Belarus and Armenia are going to discuss a wide range of issues related to the development of the bilateral cooperation on major problems of the international and regional security. These issues will top the agenda of the negotiations between State Secretary of the Security Council of Belarus Yuri Zhadobin and Secretary of the Council of the National Security of Armenia Artur Bagdasarian on March 17, BelTA learnt from the State Secretariat of the Security Council of Belarus.

Artur Bagdasarian is heading a delegation of the Council of the National Security of the Republic of Armenia that is in Belarus on a working visit on March 16-18. The negotiations will cover the issues of cooperation between security and law enforcement bodies in responding to modern-day challenges and threats to the security, international terrorism, organized transboundary crime, drugs and human trafficking, illegal migration.

Taking into account that Armenia is presiding in the Collective Security Treaty Organization, the two sides will consider the ways of developing integration processes within the organization, deepening the military and political cooperation, strengthening military and technical cooperation within the CSTO.



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