ArmInfo. RA Prosecutor General Arthur Davtyan received the head of the Yerevan office of the Council of Europe Natalia Vutova, who is completing her mission in Armenia. The Prosecutor General praised the role of the Council of Europe and its support in the process of institutional development of democracy and the protection of human rights in Armenia, the implementation of judicial reforms, noting the contribution of the Council of Europe's Yerevan office in promoting and promoting relevant programs.
Expressing gratitude for the close and constructive working relationship formed on mutual trust between the European Parliament and the General Prosecutor's Office of Armenia, Vutova expressed confidence that the programs planned and in the process will continue successfully, contributing to the development of criminal justice in Armenia, strengthening the rule of law, modernization and increasing the effectiveness of comprehensive and a systemic fight against corruption and crime.
During the meeting, issues related to expanding the integration of Armenia into the European environment for protecting human rights were discussed. An exchange of views also took place on legislative reforms in the judicial sphere and on anti-corruption procedures. The functions of the prosecutor's office, as provided for by the law on confiscation of property of illegal origin, were also affected.