CIS Accord On Fighting Organized Crime
On 31 May 1995 in Gudauri, Georgia, security chiefs from the CIS signed an agreement on combating organized crime, which included protocols on nuclear smuggling, terrorism, drug trafficking, and 'illegal armed formations.'
Abstract Number: 19951230
Headline: CIS Accord On Fighting Organized Crime
Date: 2 June 1995
Bibliography: OMRI Daily Digest
Author: Penny Morvant
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