International Workshop on Cooperation in Prosecution of Countering Drugs and Organized Crime

 

Prosecutors and law enforcement officers from over 15 countries from Central Asia, Europe, Caucasus, as well as experts from relevant international organizations, institutions and embassies gather for discussion of initiatives on improvement of international and interagency cooperation among prosecutors and law enforcement in investigation and prosecution of illicit drug trafficking and organized crime, in particular, address such issues like: controlled deliveries in transnational investigations, drug trafficking in darknet markets, money laundering and crypt currencies.

International Meeting of Prosecutors and Law Enforcement for discussion of «Practical mechanisms and legislative norms for organization and conduction of control deliveries and undercover operations in countering drug trafficking and organized crime», of the project “EU Action against Drugs and Organized crime (EU-ACT)” funded by the European Union Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace starts in Bishkek, in close cooperation with Prosecutor General’s Office of the Kyrgyz Republic, as well as UNODC Initiative - "Establishing/Reinforcing the Network of Prosecutors and Central from Source, Transit and Destination Countries in response to Transnational Organized Crime in Central Asia and Southern Caucasus" (the CASC networking initiative).

Prosecutors and law enforcement officers from over 15 countries from Central Asia, Europe, Caucasus, as well as experts from relevant international organizations, institutions and embassies gather for discussion of initiatives on improvement of international and interagency cooperation among prosecutors and law enforcement in investigation and prosecution of illicit drug trafficking and organized crime, in particular, address such issues like: controlled deliveries in transnational investigations, drug trafficking in darknet markets, money laundering and crypt currencies.

The project “EU Action against Drugs and Organized crime (EU-ACT)” is implemented from January 2017 to December 20120 and cover countries along the “Heroin Route”: Georgia, Ukraine, Tanzania, Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan.