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Tehran, April 21, IRNA - Iran and Afghanistan on Thursday agreed on implementing pilot project of alternative livelihood scheme in one of the border provinces to fight against narcotic drugs.
Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli visited Afghanistan Minister of Counter Narcotics, Salamat Azimi.
Both sides agreed on launching the pilot project of alternative livelihood scheme with the contribution of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the world society.
Meanwhile, Rahmani Fazli and his Singaporean counterpart agreed on forming a joint expert-level committee to study ways and means of cooperation for the purpose and compiling a related MoU.
He also visited Head of Ukraine Drug Enforcement Agency.
Rahmani Fazli had a trip to New York to take part in the first UN General Assembly special Session to Address Global Drug held on April 19-21.
The meeting aims at periodic investigation of improvements in implementation of diplomatic statement and plan of action like evaluation of achievements and challenges in fighting narcotic drugs in the format trilogy international conventions and the other UN related documents.