MOSCOW, 31 January (BelTA) – Belarus' Prosecutor General Alexander Konyuk presented the certificates of honor to the representatives of the Russian Prosecutor General's Office during a meeting with Russia's Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika in Moscow on 31 January, BelTA learned from the press service of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation.
“Belarus' Prosecutor General noted the great personal contribution to the strengthening of Russian-Belarusian relations of Anatoly Palamarchuk, the head of the directorate for overseeing the execution of federal legislation, Valery Maksimenko, the chief of the directorate for overseeing the investigative, inquiry and operational investigative activities, and a number of other representatives of Russia's Prosecutor General's Office and presented them with the certificates of honor,” the press service noted.
During the meeting, Yuri Chaika noted the active interaction of the procuracy authorities of the two countries in various international organizations and also the successful implementation of the plan of joint activities between the prosecutor general's offices in 2017. Yuri Chaika expressed confidence that implementation of the plan of joint activities in 2018 will further enhance the effectiveness of the joint efforts in countering crime, exchanging valuable practical experience.
The prosecutors general reviewed the status of implementation of the decisions adopted at the joint meeting of the two offices in Minsk in July 2015 and the measures taken to ensure the rule of law in the Russian-Belarusian economic relations.
In conclusion, Yuri Chaika commended the current level of Belarusian-Russian cooperation. He expressed the confidence that the offices of the two states will continue to maintain parter relations based on mutual understanding and a constructive approach to addressing shared challenges,” the press service said.More about Society