Today, in Astana, under the auspices of the Secretariat of the Coordinating Council of Prosecutors General of CIS countries (CCPG) held a working meeting of the heads of international units of General Prosecutors’ offices of CIS Member States.
The meeting was attended by representatives of the higher supervisory authorities of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan and Ukraine.
Greeting the guests, Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan Askhat Daulbayev said, that the Coordinating Council of Prosecutors General (CCPG) of CIS countries makes a significant contribution to the joint work of supervisory bodies of the Commonwealth. As part of the Board functioning established a fruitful collaboration between the major supervisory agencies, which allows us to have a constructive dialogue and discuss a wide range of issues of mutual interest.
As emphasized by the participants of the meeting, in the context of current strategic objectives on regional security immeasurably increases the relevance of the further consolidation and harmonious cooperation aimed at addressing common objectives in the fight against the threats and challenges of the modern world.
During the meeting took place the interesting discussion and exchange of views on important areas of inter-agency cooperation. In particular, were discussed the issues of implementation of international programs on joint measures to combat crime, terrorism and extremism, illicit drugs, illegal migration and the implementation of extradition and international legal assistance in criminal matters.
During the forum was held bilateral meeting of Prosecutor General of the Republic of Kazakhstan A.Daulbayev with First Deputy Prosecutor General of Moldova A.Pyntya and the Executive Secretary of the CCPG L.Ermolayev, during which they discussed the prospects of further cooperation.
A.Daulbayev noted that Kazakhstan prosecutor's office is open to deepen and broaden cooperation both bilaterally and within the framework of international organizations.
The parties confirmed their readiness to make a collective effort to further enhance cooperation for the benefit of preserving regional and international security.