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Initialling of EU-United States agreement on drugs precursors

An agreement on Drugs Precursors between the European Union and the United States of America was initialled by James Currie, Director-General of DG XXI Customs and Indirect Taxation, and H.E. Ambassador Vernon Weaver, Head of the Mission of the United States to the EC, on the 11th of April 1997 in Brussels. It concerns chemical substances indispensable for manufacturing drugs. From now on it will be possible for both sides, jointly responsible for a majority of the world trade in chemicals, to share sensitive information in this field and pool their resources in stopping the diversion chemical precursors to the illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances. Besides supervising the bilateral trade, the agreement also provides for mutual consultation on shipments to sensitive regions in other parts of the world.
Initialling of EU-United States agreement on drugs precursors
Discussion between James Currie, on the left, and H.E. Ambassador Vernon Weaver
Reference: P-001214
Date: 11/04/1997
Initialling of EU-United States agreement on drugs precursors
Discussion in the presence of James Currie, on the left, and H.E. Ambassador Vernon ...
Reference: P-001214
Date: 11/04/1997
Initialling of EU-United States agreement on drugs precursors
Initialling of the agreement by James Currie, on the left, and H.E. Ambassador Vernon ...
Reference: P-001214
Date: 11/04/1997
Initialling of EU-United States agreement on drugs precursors
James Currie
Reference: P-001214
Date: 11/04/1997
Initialling of EU-United States agreement on drugs precursors
Initialling of the agreement by James Currie, on the left, and H.E. Ambassador Vernon ...
Reference: P-001214
Date: 11/04/1997
Initialling of EU-United States agreement on drugs precursors
Exchange of the agreement between James Currie, on the left, and H.E. Ambassador Vernon ...
Reference: P-001214
Date: 11/04/1997
Initialling of EU-United States agreement on drugs precursors
General view; H.E. Ambassador Vernon Weaver and James Currie, 1st and 2nd from the right
Reference: P-001214
Date: 11/04/1997

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