Press release

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The Prosecutor General of the Republic of Kazakhstan Mr. A.Daulbayev took part at the international conference of prosecutors on August 26-27, 2014, in Irkutsk, which was held on the topic: "The role of prosecutors in combating transnational organized crime: national experience and international cooperation".

During the forum there were discussed the issues related to the role of prosecutors in ensuring the rule of law. In particular, the issues of fight against human trafficking, illegal migration, laundering money obtained by illegal means, as well as the ways of improving prosecutorial activities in the field of combating illicit trafficking of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances.

At the conference there was considerable discussion on strengthening of mutually beneficial cooperation in the legal sphere and the search for joint solutions in combating the challenges of the modern world, and also there were considered a variety of innovative approaches in this regard.

During the meeting with the Prosecutor General of Russia Mr. Y.Chaika   Mr. A.Daulbayev emphasized that there are a lot of common grounds in the position of our offices on urgent issues of the agenda. The sides talked on the issues of combating transnational organized crime, terrorism and extremism, cybercrime and etc. Counterparts underlined that the relevance of further consolidation of efforts in fight against global challenges and threats is increasing in the context of current strategic objectives on ensuring regional security.

In the framework of the forum, bilateral meetings were also held with the chief prosecutors of Belarus, Hungary, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Switzerland and the heads of delegations of the Supreme People's Procuratorate of China and Serbia. The bilateral meetings were organized with the heads of the International Association of Prosecutors and the Chairman of the Consultative Council of European Prosecutors, during which the sides discussed prospects of mutual cooperation.


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