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Afghan, Tajik border officials complete OSCE, UNDP joint border management course
Central Asia | society | 10:25, 29 August 2014 | 776

AKIPRESS.COM - Twenty border officers from Afghanistan and Tajikistan completed a ten-day border management awareness course at the OSCE Border Management Staff College (BMSC) on August 28...

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