Iran, Poland sign agreement on fighting organized crime

May 24, 2016

TEHRAN - Iranian Interior Minister Abodolreza Rahmani Fazli and his Polish counterpart Mariusz Blaszczak signed an agreement on Tuesday on fighting organized crimes.

The two countries will cooperate in fighting terrorist crimes, drug and human trafficking, money laundering and crimes against the environment, the two officials insisted.

According to the agreement, the two countries will cooperate in exchanging information related to crimes and also in exchanging experiences and experts.

Rahmani Fazli said that Iran and Poland will expand cooperation in transfer of technology.

Poland’s private and state-run sectors are interested in investing in Iran and transfer technology to the country, the interior minister added.

Blaszczak called for expansion of ties in various areas.

NA/PA

 

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