CENTRAL ASIA ONLINE – Uzbekistan is committed to preventing the trafficking of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) material, officials say. The government recently announced plans to open an anti-CBRN material-trafficking centre in Tashkent in early June. The decision to open the CBRN Centre of Excellence in Tashkent was approved March 11 during the EU-Central Asia High Level Security Dialogue in Dushanbe, Uzbek Foreign Ministry spokesman Dilmurod Tillayev said. Continue Reading