GCC Interior Ministers Discuss Anti-Drug Policy in Bahrain
Interior ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) were scheduled to hold talks in Bahrain Tuesday to discuss ways to combat organized crime and narcotics, reported the Gulf Daily News.
The agenda was set to tackle a number of security issues facing the GCC societies, a general secretariat statement said.
The one-day meeting was also expected to tackle joint efforts in combating narcotics, money laundering and organized crime, said the statement – Albawaba.com
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