Iran, Russia officials discuss ways to combat smuggling, violations
(MENAFN) Officials of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) as well as the Federal Customs Service of Russia held a meeting in the capital of Iran, Tehran, on Wednesday to talk about applying a memorandum of understanding (MOU) inked among the two nations for combating smuggling on top of customs violations.
Throughout the gathering, IRICA Deputy for Legal Affairs Farideh Zobeydi as well as her Russian fellow Oleg Gubaydulin talked about methods of collaboration among the two countries around how to combat the issue of smuggling and customs violations along with the memorandum inked in this matter.
Problems related to arranged crimes, drugs, money laundering, as well as smuggling were between the issues talked about in the gathering.
The growth and reinforcement of collaboration in training drug detection dogs, diversification of borders, trade of risk indicators, as well as trade of drug detection experiences were between the matters discussed in this meeting as well.
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