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28 Февраля, 2015 18:27

Foreign experts shared experience on anti-corruption in Kokshetau

The foreign experts shared their experience on anti-corruption during the conference in Kokshetau.
Foreign experts shared experience on anti-corruption in Kokshetau | Strategy2050.kz

The Conference online via teleconference was attended by the international experts in the sphere of anti-corruption from the Russian Federation, Tajikistan and the United States.

"The report of the representative of the Council on Foreign Affairs of Hantsvill city, Alabama USA B. Keller on the role of financial intelligence units in the fight against corruption, as well as the report of the Head of Department of Civil Service and Personnel Administration of the Ulyanovsk Region of the Russian Federation A. Riabokon who shared his experience in the prevention of corruption offenses in the state, civil and municipal service were of particular interesting", the message reads.

Gayraf Bhatia, the Specialist Coordinator of intercultural relations and public relations at University of Georgia, USA gave a presentation on anti-corruption in America.

The event was attended by the faculty of Kokshetau University named after A. Myrzakhmetov, undergraduates, doctoral students, university students and colleges the region, representatives of law enforcement agencies, government agencies, the public and the media, in total more than 200 people.

Following the results of the conference, the participants encouraged all civil society to support international anti-corruption movement and focus efforts and energy on strengthening the solid foundations of our states.

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