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UNDP/EU project BUMAD, to hold seminar on legal cooperation
On May 11-13, the Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Anti-Drug Programme (BUMAD), jointly funded by the UNDP and the European Union, will hold a national seminar entitled: “Implementing the norms of international law on extradition and mutual legal assistance into national law and practice”.
The seminar is conducted within one of the BUMAD Programme component which aims at reinforcement and harmonization of the Belarusian national legislative and regulatory frameworks in the area of drug control in accordance with the international standards.
BUMAD is a regional long-term programme benefiting Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova in the sphere of prevention of drug abuse and drug trafficking and is implemented in Belarus by the State Border Police.
The seminar will be attended by representatives of Prosecutor’s Office, Supreme Court, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, State Security Council, State Border Guard Committee, State Customs Committee, Department for Financial Monitoring of State Control Committee as well as by experts from Ukraine, Georgia, Russia, United Kingdom and UNODC.
The seminar will:
The venue of the seminar is ZASLAVL Presidential Residence. The opening hour is 10.00 on 11 May 2005.
For further information, please, contact Alexander SVIDERSKY, BUMAD Programme Manager in Belarus, at tel. 8-0296-73-33-60.
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