From December 11 to 14, the delegation led by Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Armenia Hayk Grigoryan was in Belarus on a working visit.
During the visit, in Brest, the chairmen of the Investigative Committees of Armenia, Belarus and the Russian Federation had a working meeting, the main purpose of which was an international roundtable discussion devoted to the preparation of specialists of bodies conducting preliminary investigations and the current issues related to criminal procedure measures for crime prevention. In his welcoming remarks during the discussion, Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Armenia Hayk Grigoryan emphasized that the relations with the Investigative Committees of Russia and Belarus have been reliable and constructive ever since the Investigative Committee of Armenia was established.
“Today, it is safe to talk about the continuity of the goal-oriented and multilateral cooperation between our Committees in the efforts aimed at countering crime. During this roundtable discussion, we will discuss the issues on organizing and ensuring professional training of employees of preliminary investigation bodies, and I am certain that the opinions, information and the exchange of experience will help increase the effectiveness of pre-trial proceedings,” Hayk Grigoryan said.
Among other speakers were acting Head of the Criminological Department of the Investigative Committee of Armenia Rafael Vardanyan and Head of the Department for Investigation of Cybercrimes and Crimes Committed in High Technology Robert Adilkhanyan.
The roundtable discussion was convened within the scope of the previously concluded agreements of the chairmen of the Investigative Committees and is aimed at strengthening interdepartmental cooperation and increasing effectiveness of the cooperation.
During the visit, the members of the delegations of the Investigative Committees of the three countries visited the Belovezhsk Forest and Brest Fortress where the chairmen of the Committees laid a wreath near the eternal flame in memory of the millions of people who died in the Great Patriotic War.