Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Yuri Chaika held bilateral meetings in St. Petersburg with representatives of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Kyrgyz Republic

29 november 2017, 12:24

Today, on 29 November 2017, Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Yuri Chaika held bilateral meetings with representatives of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Kyrgyz Republic.

Foreign delegations arrived in Russia to attend the 15th meeting of the Prosecutors General of the member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the 27th Meeting of the Coordinating Council of Prosecutors General of the CIS member states and the opening ceremony of the regional office of the International Association of Prosecutors.

During the meeting with Prosecutor General of the Kyrgyz Republic Indira Dzoldubaeva, issues were discussed of bilateral cooperation in the field of protecting the rights and freedoms of citizens, ensuring the rule of law and combating crime.

Yuri Chaika noted that Russia and Kyrgyzstan have long-standing friendly relations. This year marks the 25th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between our countries. The Russian-Kyrgyz contacts at the highest level are of an intensive nature. An important part in the relations between Russia and Kyrgyzstan is cooperation in the legal area.

Yuri Chaika discussed the issues of strengthening the rule of law and expanding bilateral relations with the Prosecutor General of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Mohammad Hamidi.

The Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation noted the importance of developing partnership relations between the Prosecutor's Offices of Russia and Afghanistan.

In conclusion, the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Yuri Chaika asked his colleagues not to stop at the achievements in cooperation and continue mutually beneficial expansion of partnership aimed at combating crime and protecting the rights of citizens.

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