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MOSCOW, November 27 (Itar-Tass) - Russian police officers will co-operate with their European counterparts in the online mode, Russian Deputy Interior Minister Sergei Gerasimov said on Wednesday, opening a conference on enhancing cooperation between the Russian Federation and the European Police College (CEPOL) in Moscow.
Gerasimov noted that the conference should make it possible for law-enforcement officials from different countries to meet each other in order “to co-operate on-line in the future and promote relations”.
“There should be complete confidence between our services that administrate the law. We ought to trust each other and closely co-operate in combating international crime and meeting all those challenges it poses nowadays,” Gerasimov said, adding that there were plans to sign a working agreement on mutual co-operation between the Russian Academy of the Interior Ministry and the CEPOL.