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The International Air Transport Association and the Vienna-based Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe signed a memorandum to boost aviation industry cooperation on border security. IATA and the OSCE—which consists of 57 member states from Europe, Asia and North America—will share information and consult one another on "harmonized passenger data exchange programs, border security, airport security and the security [including issuance] of travel documents," according to IATA. They will prioritize a global standard for passenger data requirements.