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MOSCOW, July 2 (Itar-Tass) - The Collective Security Treaty Organization /CSTO/ supports the idea brought forward by the federal drug control service /FSKN/ to set up an anti-drug operations center, CSTO deputy secretary general Gennady Nevyglas said at a session of the coordinating council of the heads of CSTO drug control bodies on Tuesday.
"In the conditions of changing situation and rapid increase in drug trafficking from Afghanistan /from which NATO troops will withdraw in 2014/, we support the initiative to create an anti-drug operations center," Nevyglas said and noted that such a center might help attain a new anti-drug partnership level.