Ministers of Justice of the countries - participants of EvrAzES have concluded the Cooperation agreement. On Friday in Alma - Ate has taken place the second session of Ministerial council of justice of the countries - participants of the Euroasian Economic Community/ EvrAzES - Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Russia, Tajikistan/.
On session the cooperation agreement of the Ministries of Justice of member states EvrAeEs in which the general principle of interaction of the countries - participants is defined at observance of the legislation and the international contracts has been signed.
in the document the basic directions of partnership, in particular, formation and realisation of the co-ordinated policy in justice sphere, maintenance of execution of certificates of judicial and other bodies, assistance in realisation of judicial punishments are planned. Forms of co-operation are defined also: an exchange of experience, carrying out of joint scientific researches, interaction in preparation and improvement of professional skill of shots and others.
The Responsible secretary of Ministerial council of justice Alexander Manzhosov at a briefing has noticed that the accepted agreement will allow community to work more dynamically.
as Natalia Sljusar has noticed a deputy head of Department of external relations of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, the signed agreement - the big achievement. Such document is accepted for the first time, it considers all lines of activity of law enforcement bodies and offers numerous forms of interaction, Natalia Sljusar has noted.
the Deputy minister of justice of the Russian Federation Evgenie Zabarchuk has informed that at session mechanisms of realisation of decisions of EvrAzES 2 have been fulfilled. " We have tried to understand those MOM which actions of acts " revolve; he has noted.
at session heads of legal departments have made the decision on 9 of 11 designated in the agenda to questions. The remained questions they have agreed to finish 2 the following session planned for September in Bishkek.