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During a discussion on ratification of the Protocol “On exchange and transfer of evidence in the form of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their component parts, firearm, its main parts, ammunition and explosives” in parliament today, Deputy Chief of Police of Armenia Tigran Yesayan declared that the Protocol was signed during the session of the Council of Heads of States of CIS countries on October 11, 2019.

Yesayan said the aim of the Protocol is to strengthen cooperation in the fight against illicit circulation of weapons and narcotic drugs and noted that, within the scope of the Protocol, the sides cooperate to transfer material evidence.

Yesayan also informed that Armenia had signed the Protocol with reservation due to the fact that the commitments won’t be linked to Azerbaijan’s inquiries until the ultimate settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and stated that the document prescribes the procedure for providing mutual legal assistance under criminal cases with respect to the transfer of weapons and ammunition.

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