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Speaker of Mazhilis Nurlan Nigmatulin said the parties achieved good-neighborliness across the entire line of shared borders.
4 billion in trade cross our shared border every day, so collaboration between our countries is absolutely essential.
Despite the efforts of the two countries, immigration pressure on Bulgaria is growing to intimidating proportions, which made the Bulgarian government adopt a decision to build temporary engineering facilities on our shared border in the most critical area in the region of the city of Elhovo," Bulgaria's Foreign Minister added.
The two are likely to discuss the disputed area of Abyei, laying along the countries' shared border.
A senior Turkish foreign ministry official said on Wednesday Ankara would be imminently lodging an official request with NATO to station Patriot missiles along the shared border to guard against more violence spilling over.
In July, the Lebanese Army deployed troops in north Lebanon as well as the northern and eastern border with Syria following a spate of deadly incidents along the shared border.
A couple of senior military officials said that both countries will continue engagement to evolve a better mechanism to check the movement of militants across the Durand Line, the shared border of Pakistan and Afghanistan.
8 (BNA) -- In the wake of clashes between Thailand and Cambodia on their shared border, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for restraint on part of both countries.
An official from the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry said, in comments published on Wednesday, that Kuwait and Iraq have agreed to establish a 500 meter buffer zone along the countries' shared border, reported pan-Arab daily AL QUDS AL ARABI online Wednesday.
The meetings focused on the issues surrounding mutual oil wells that straddle the shared border with Iran.
Section 566 of the 2008 DHS Appropriations Act mandates that we conduct a study on DHS's use of shared border management to secure the borders of the United States.
The deal was meant to suppress attacks by armed groups operating along their shared border, but it has failed to ease instability in the region.