MINSK, 2 October (BelTA) – Belarusian and Indian specialists signed agreements on cooperation in Minsk on 2 October, including cooperation in training forensic examination personnel, BelTA learned from the website of the State Forensic Examination Committee of Belarus.
Representatives of the Gujarat Forensic Sciences University visited the State Forensic Examination Committee of Belarus. They signed agreements on cooperation with colleagues from the committee's applied research center and the personnel retraining institute. In the future it will allow adopting practice-oriented training programs, including in the area of genetics, psychology, and other ones. It will allow organizing joint science and practice conferences, exchange scientific articles and forensic examination methods.
The Indian delegation was made familiar with the main areas of work of the State Forensic Examination Committee of Belarus. Members of the delegation visited the labs where drugs and psychotropic substances are examined and where ballistics tests are arranged. It was the first visit of the Indian side to the committee. The guests emphasized that taking the actions the agreements stipulate is more important than signing the paperwork. Belarusian experts are expected to visit India soon for the sake of sharing the best practices and determining further specific avenues of cooperation, BelTA has learned.