Today in Moscow, the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, General of the Police of the Russian Federation Vladimir Kolokoltsev and the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Major-General Pulat Bobozhonov held a working meeting.
The Chief of the Russian MIA congratulated his colleague on his appointment to the position and noted that the interaction of the internal affairs bodies of Russia and Uzbekistan was dynamically developing.
As an example, the creation this year of the Russian-Uzbek Coordination Working Group for the consideration of topical issues of bilateral cooperation in law enforcement was noted.
At the same time, Vladimir Kolokoltsev stressed the need to intensify the work in the migration area in the format of the already functioning joint groups. “Migration issues are largely related to such challenges and threats of our time as extremism and terrorism,” the Russian Minister said.
In addition, the readiness of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia to continue training of Uzbek specialists within the framework of higher education programs and courses of advanced training in key areas of combating crime was discussed.
The parties approved the positive experience of organizing complex points of public order protection that function successfully in Uzbekistan and in several regions of the Russian Federation.
Pulat Bobozhonov, in turn, congratulated Vladimir Kolokoltsev on the professional holiday and expressed his confidence that the bilateral cooperation would strengthen and develop.
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