Matters related to anti-terrorism struggle will be discussed at a meeting of the coordination council of tax (financial) investigation agencies of the Commonwealth of Independent States which will take place in Armenia's capital of Yerevan on December 5 through 7. Mikhail Fradkov, Director of the Russian Federal Tax Police Service, or FTPS, made a related statement on Saturday following exercises which were held in Moscow to coordinate tax police units' interaction with other law enforcements in case of a terrorist threat. According to Fradkov, the Yerevan meeting will also consider matters of cooperation between the CIS tax (financial) investigation agencies aiming to reveal and close channels of financing terrorist organizations and to exchange information.
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