Lines of practical cooperation of the two organizations have been discussed within the framework of the working visit. The parties have highlighted a significance and necessity of further cooperation between the CIS ATC and INTERPOL dating back to 2008 in accordance with the Memorandum of Mutual Understanding between the organizations.
Experts of the CIS Anti-Terrorism Centre have been informed about the INTERPOL's forthcoming initiatives aimed at fight on crime.
INTERPOL's CT Project Manager Okan Aysu has made a presentation of the Project Kalkan I-BATCH operation scheduled to be held in Sri-Lanka in November this year.
I-24/7 Deployment Officer Bozidar Popovic has provided the Use of INTERPOL Tools and Services Training to the Centre's officers.
Project Kalkan – meaning Shield in Central Asian countries – is one of several key regional components of Interpol’s multi-region Fusion Task Force, which was created in September 2002 to identify active terrorist groups, and to collect, share and analyse information and intelligence on their activities in the Central-Asian region.