The police forces of Tokyo and Seoul signed an agreement Monday that paves the way for cooperation in combating international organized crime and trafficking in arms and drugs.

The pact was signed during a morning ceremony attended by Kenji Maeda, superintendent general of the Metropolitan Police Department, and visiting Seoul police department head Lee Mu Yong.

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