The Polish and Russian interior ministers have signed an agreement to set up a joint police liaison team to counter cross-border crime. The Russian minister, Vladimir Rushaylo, said police would exchange operational information, as well as data on money-laundering, terrorism, computer crime and illegal human trafficking, BBC announces. The two ministers also signed a programme Border 2001 for improving co-operation in their border regions.
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