Slovenia and Cyprus Draft an Agreement to Fight Crime
Ljubljana, 6 February - Delegations of Slovenia and Cyprus met in Ljubljana on Tuesday to draft an agreement on co-operation in the fight against terrorism, drug trafficking and organised crime, the Ljubljana police head office reported. The bilateral agreement is based on the pre-accession pact against organised crime signed between the EU and candidate countries in Brussels on 28 May 1998.
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