MOSCOW (Armenpress)–Participants in a meeting of the Coordination Council of Commonwealth prosecutors-general–which opens June 29 in Moscow –will examine cooperation between prosecutors’ offices of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
The meeting will be attended by prosecutors-general of Russia–Azerbaijan–Armenia–Belarus–Georgia–Kazakhstan–Kyrghyzstan–Moldavia–Tajikistan and Ukraine. They plan to discuss cooperation in the struggle against economic crime–examine a draft of a new wording of the Convention on legal assistance and legal relations on civil–family and criminal cases. They also will discuss on a concept and a draft of a CIS standard law on the prosecutor’s office.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to greet the meeting participants.