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Financial police holds international seminar on countering corruption

16 april 2013, 18:36
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Photo by Yaroslav Radlovskiy©
Photo by Yaroslav Radlovskiy©
Financial police is holding an international seminar on countering corruption in Astana, Tengrinews.kz reports citing the press-service of Kazakhstan Agency for Countering Economic and Corruption Crime.

The international seminar called Experience exchange in development and effective implementation of measures/strategies for prevention of corruption is held in Astana on April 16-18, 2013, by the Financial Police Agency jointly with the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Central Asia.

The seminar is called to facilitate improvement of Kazakhstan’s image, as well as expand and enhance its cooperation with relevant authorities of foreign countries and international organizations,” the message states.

The seminar is a platform for experience exchange, mutual education and discussion of practical issues in prevention and countering corruption.

The seminar is attended by representatives of the state authorities and non-governmental organizations specializing in countering corruption of such countries as Kazakhstan, Great Britain, Switzerland, the U.S., Russia, Turkey, Croatia, South Korea, Malaysia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Georgia and Romania.

Representatives of the Corruption Countering Commission of Malaysia, Secretariat of the Corruption Countering Council of Georgia, Russian President’s Administration, Justice Ministry, General Prosecutor’s office, as well as the Investigation Commission of Russia and State Secretariat on Economic Relations of Switzerland are scheduled to deliver their speeches at the seminar.

International organizations like the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), UN Development Program, UN Office on Drugs and Crime (Vienna) and the World Bank are also taking part in the seminar.

The first day of the seminar (April 16) saw discussion of development and implementation of measures on prevention of corruption such as strategies, programs, action plans and special anti-corruption laws, as well as international standards and national experiences of Central Asian countries, Croatia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Malaysia, South Korea, Romania, Russia, Switzerland and the U.S.

The April 17 discussion with focus on ensuring incorruptibility and transparency in commercial companies (in private sector) and cover steps to ensure transparent and clear conditions for conduct of business and the state’s role in that.

On April 18 the attendees will discuss the experience of Malaysia, South Korea, Romania, Russia and Switzerland in provision of incorruptibility and transparency in commercial companies (in private sector).

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