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YEREVAN, November 10. /TASS/. Consultations at the level of foreign ministries on cooperation between CIS countries in the informational sphere were held in Yerevan on Wednesday, the Armenian Foreign Ministry told TASS.
"Consultations at the level of foreign ministries on cooperation on CIS member states in the informational sphere were held in Yerevan under the chairmanship of Armenian Foreign Ministry’s press secretary Tigran Balayan," the foreign ministry said. Among participants in the meeting were heads and representatives of CIS foreign ministries’ departments in charge of informational security. Russia was represented by Alexander Bikantov, deputy director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Department of press and information.
"The agenda of consultations included issues of ensuring effectiveness of informational exchange between CIS member countries, expanding cooperation with global and regional organizations. The issues of boosting informational security, fighting against information propagating terrorism, extremism, violence, xenophobia and intolerance were discussed," the foreign ministry said.