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CSTO: Drug trafficking in Kyrgyzstan was controlled.

Law enforcement agencies controllable by former President Kurmanbek Bakiev controlled drug trafficking in the country, Collective Security Treaty Organization Secretary General Nikolay Bordyuzha said on February 21."Some law enforcement agencies controllable by President controlled drug trafficking through southern Kyrgyzstan," RIA Novosti cited Nikolay Bordyuzha as saying.CSTO Secretary General said a new administration of Kyrgyzstan is seriously concerned about the problem of drug trafficking. "Kyrgyzstan restored the drug control service, which was dissolved previously. Several caravans with drugs were seized, which were aided by law enforcement officers," Bordyuzha said.A new leadership needs assistance, in particular with financing of training of personnel.Bordyuzha visited Kyrgyzstan last week. He held a series of talks with the leadership of the country during this visit.

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Date:Feb 21, 2011
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