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29.09.2017

Prosecutor General of Ukraine held the meeting with representatives of international organizations and institutions on the further priorities of the office reform

On September 29, 2017, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yurii Lutsenko and the donor community including the heads and representatives of international organizations and institutions had a coordination meeting on the further priorities of the agency's reform.

Deputies Prosecutor General Dmytro Storozhuk, Yevhenii Yenin and Anzhela Stryzhevska also took part in the meeting.

From the foreign party were present the Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine, the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine, the Council of Europe Office in Ukraine, the Ambassador of Japan to Ukraine Sumy Shigeki, representatives of the Embassies of the United States of America, Canada, the French Republic, and the United States Agency for International Development.

During the meeting, Mr. Lutsenko informed his foreign colleagues about the results on the reform of the prosecutor's office and expressed gratitude for the successful cooperation and assistance provided in this area.

In addition, there was presented a Roadmap for the reform of the Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine, developed in conjunction with the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine, the Office of the Council of Europe in Ukraine, the EU Delegation to Ukraine, the Directorate General of the European Commission on Neighborhood and Enlargement and the European Commission's Support Group.

Foreign partners noted the sign of this document and the support of the complex of the initiated reforms, as well as readiness for further cooperation in providing the necessary assistance to the agency.

Noting the importance of close cooperation with international donors, at the end of the meeting, Prosecutor General signed an order to organize the implementation of the measures envisaged by the Roadmap, and expressed confidence that the joint activities under this strategic document would contribute to improving the efficiency of prosecutorial work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                            

Main Department for International Legal Cooperation 

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