Mr. Yury Chaika, Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation met with Mr. Moon Moo-il, Prosecutor General of the Republic of Korea

05 september 2018, 14:36

Today, on September 5, 2018, the working meeting has been held with the representatives of the Republic of Korea, in the premises of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation.

Mr. Saak Karapetyan, Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, heads of divisions of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation, Mr. Moon Chan Seok, Director General, Planning and Coordination Department, Supreme Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Korea, Mr. Seon Yeon Bae, Director, International Cooperation Center, Supreme Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Korea, and other members of the Korean delegation participated in the meeting.

Mr. Yury Chayka noted that cooperation in the sphere of law, protection of human rights, protection of citizens from transnational crime threats are key aspects of the relations between the participants.

Signing of the Cooperation agreement between the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation and the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Korea in 2007, contributed to consolidation of efforts in performing these tasks.

Within the framework of implementation of the above Agreement, sharing of good prosecutor’s practices was held during numerous meetings of experts.

Implementation of two cooperation programs, signed in 2010 and 2016, promoted relations between the prosecutor services of Russia and the Republic of Korea to a new higher level.

Now officers of the prosecution services have opportunity to learn about special aspects of Russian and Korean criminal proceeding and penitentiary systems, to share good practices in combating corruption, illegal migration, drug trafficking, cybercrime.

Signing of the third cooperation program for three years became the key event of the meeting. The program provides for sharing of experience in the most topical problems of combating crime, including the use of modern information technology in this fight.

The Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation expressed his confidence that the implementation of the cooperation program would contribute to further strengthening close working contacts between Russian and South Korean prosecutors. 

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