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CEI to talk organized crime in Bratislava

REPRESENTATIVES of the Central European Initiative's (CEI) 17 countries will meet in Bratislava September 27 to discuss the fight against organized crime.

Police President Anton Kulich will represent Slovakia at the conference, the Government Office informed.

The meeting will focus on the national and global fight against terrorism and address drug and human trafficking, trafficking in stolen cars, money laundering and terrorism funding, the SITA news agency wrote.

The CEI was established to help new EU member countries become more integrated with the union and help support their economic transformation.

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