Monday, October 22 2018 14:20
Marianna Mkrtchyan

Armenia and OSCE agreed to implement joint anti-corruption programs

Armenia and OSCE agreed to implement joint anti-corruption programs

ArmInfo.Deputy Minister of Justice Suren Krmoyan held a meeting with OSCE Secretary General Thomas Greminger, Coordinator of OSCE Economic and Environmental Activities, Ambassador Vuk and Advisor to the Office for Combating  Money Laundering of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime  Alexei Feshchenko, within the framework of his working visit to  Vienna.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Justice, a wide  range of issues related to the fight against corruption was discussed  at the meetings.

Krmoyan spoke about the commitment of the new authorities to the  fight against corruption and the unconditional support of citizens  for the anti-corruption policy of the government.  At the meeting, an  agreement was reached with the OSCE on the implementation of joint  anti-corruption programs, as well as the introduction of a more  effective program to investigate corruption crimes.  The OSCE  Secretary General positively assessed the processes in Armenia,  inquired about the current stage of the work being carried out, and  assured that the Organization is next to the republic on the path to  the implementation of reforms. He expressed the readiness of the  structure to deepen cooperation with the Republic of Armenia to set  higher standards in the fight against corruption in the republic.

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