18 September 2020

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MoU On Joint Counter-Narcotics Signed

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Kabul (BNA) The Counter Narcotics Minister of Afghanistan, Minister of Narcotics Control of Pakistan and Minister of Interior of Iran signed an agreement on joint struggle against narcotics. 
Zarar Ahmad Muqbel Counter Narcotics Minister of Afghanistan and Muhendes Mustafa Mohmand Najar Minister of Interior of Iran and Khuda Bakhsh Rajer Narcotics Control Minister of Pakistan met and discussed positive methods for countering narcotics smuggling. 
The ministers of three countries after meeting and signing the agreement of cooperation attended a press conference and explained the contents of the agreement and other relevant issues. 
Zarar Ahmad Muqbel said that this meeting is taking place in continuation of previous meetings among Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. 
He stressed that as a result of agreement of these meetings we have considerable achievements in struggle against narcotics. 
Muqbel added that at this meeting a series of decisions have been talked most of which focus on cooperation and controlling of borders. 
He noted that future meetings will be held in Iran in the coming year. 
The Iranian Interior Minister said that since narcotics are a threat for the world and struggle against it necessitates regional and world efforts. 
He called the meetings so far as important and emphasized on the principle of joint responsibilities in controlling of narcotics. 
Pakistani Narcotics Control Minister reiterated on the cooperation of his country in the struggle against narcotics and added that his country will decisively act upon all the decisions taken at this meeting. 
The Executive Chairman of the UN office for Narcotics also attended.

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