YEREVAN, April 29 (Noyan Tapan). RA Prime Minister Andranik Margarian attached high importance to the coordinating role of Interpol in the matter of combating international crime during his April 28 meeting with Ronald Kenneth Noble, the Secretary General of Interpol. Hailing the first visit of the Interpol chief to Armenia, the Armenian Prime Minister mentioned that, in fact, this is the evidence of the estimation and cooperation of the efficient work of the country’s Police and all law-enforcement bodies. According to the RA Government’s Information and Public Relations Department, Andranik Margarian stressed that the Armenian Police cooperate in an active way both with the bodies of internal affairs of the CIS countries and the countries of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation, as well as with other international structures in combating terrorism and drug trafficking, human trafficking and other spheres. Though crime doesn’t loom large in Armenia, the country’s government spares no effort to curb its spread, he assured. The Secretary General of Interpol, in his turn, highly estimated the work of the Armenian law-enforcement bodies, the Police, its separate structures. He said this paved the way for an agreement with the government of Norway that will grant $100,000 to Armenia’s Police for technical re-equipment purposes. According to Ronald Noble, if the new system is introduced, Armenian will become the 50th country to have the system with modern high-quality equipment among the 151-nation international body tracking down criminal suspects around the world. This will largely contribute to the improvement of the police structures, the provision of home security of the country. The Interpol chief also gave assurances that Interpol will continue to finance joint programs also in the future.