20 June 2002span> DUSHANBE, 19 June (Asia-Plus)–“The drug situation on the Tajik-Afghan border has not improved,” Konstantin Totsky, director of the Russian Federal Border Service (FBS), said at the CIS Council of Border Force Commanders, which opened on 18 June in Dushanbe. According to international experts, he said, areas of drug production in northern Afghanistan […]

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