K. Kozhamzharov took part in the meeting of Prosecutors General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization member states

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During the visit of the Kazakhstan delegation to Dushanbe (Republic of Tajikistan), the Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan Kairat Kozhamzharov took part in the 16th meeting of the General Prosecutors of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

The heads of the Supreme Supervisory bodies of the SCO countries – Russia, China, India, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, as well as observer states and dialogue partners took part in the meeting.

The participants shared their experience in combating terrorism and extremism, discussed the exchange of information and further expansion of cooperation.

K. Kozhamzharov in his speech particularly noted the initiative of the President of Kazakhstan N. Nazarbayev on the adoption of the Code to achieve a world free of terrorism, announced by the Head of State at the UN in January of the current year.

The Prosecutor General, stressing the effectiveness and importance of these meetings, separately focused on the measures of our country.

Today Kazakhstan has joined 16 international universal conventions and protocols. 24 organizations have been declared by the courts as terrorist and extremist and they were banned.

"Realizing the global nature of terrorist threats and showing complete intolerance to them, it is important to strengthen our multilateral cooperation", the Prosecutor General called.

Taking into account the growth of manifestations of cyberterrorism, K. Kozhamzharov proposed within the SCO to adopt a joint legal document on combating terrorism in the Internet space.

Following the discussions, the parties agreed to consolidate the efforts of the Prosecutor's offices of the SCO member states to combat extremism, terrorism and separatism, drug trafficking, human trafficking, legalization of proceeds from crime, which serve as a source of funding for extremism and terrorism.

 

Press service of the General Prosecutor’s Office

 

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