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The head of the General Prosecutor of Kazakhstan proposed to create iInternational database with samples of drugs

General Prosecutor Askhat Daulbayev invited the members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) to create a database of all known samples of drugs. "The problem ofthe emergence of new types of drugs to Kazakhstan is particularly relevant. This is due to the lack of samples of varieties of new synthetic drugs that experts have, for example, smoking mixtures such as 'Spice', which greatly complicates the determination of the studied species. Therefore, the work on interception, anti-transit and distribution of drugs will be more effective in joint efforts of our countries ", - Daulbaev said at the meeting of General Prosecutors of the SCO.

EU and Central Asian countries will cooperate in the field of security

The EU and Central Asian countries agreed on cooperation in the sphere of security, according to the European External Action Service. "In Tajikistan, it held (11 March -. KazTAG) the second dialogue on a high level of security between the European Union and Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan). Afghanistan was invited as a special guest ", - stated in the service message. The meeting participants exchanged views on a number of key safety issues related to the EU, Central Asia and Afghanistan. Security issues, as well as migration issues, regional stability and security associated with the fight against drug trafficking and smuggling have been discussed. It was agreed to intensify joint efforts between the EU and Central Asian states in all these areas, as well as to expand regional cooperation between Afghanistan and Central Asia.

Kazakhstan calls for close cooperation between the CSTO member states in the international arena - Nursultan Nazarbayev

Kazakhstan calls for close cooperation between the CSTO member states in the international arena, as well as the strengthening of the military and military-technical cooperation. This was stated by President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev at the CSTO Collective Security Council in the extended format. "We will continue to fulfill our commitments within the CSTO, including periodic provision of humanitarian assistance to allies," - N. Nazarbayev said. The Head of State said that Kazakhstan stands for the close cooperation of the CSTO in the international arena and for the strengthening of military and military-technical cooperation, collective action to respond to natural and technogenic emergencies, as well as for joint operations to combat drug trafficking, illegal migration, offenses in the field of information.