Delegation of the Investigative Committee of Belarus arrived in Krasnoyarsk for a joint meeting of the collegiate organs
The Belarusian delegation headed by the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Belarus, Ivan Noskevich, arrived in Krasnoyarsk on the eve of the fourth joint meeting of the collegiate organs of the investigative committees of Armenia, Belarus and Russia, which will be held on July 18.
During the working visit, representatives of the Belarusian department took part in official events already on July 17.
On Wednesday, the distinguished guests were received by the Siberian Federal University, established in 2006 by merging the four largest universities of Krasnoyarsk. A frequent topper of Russian universities rating, the largest university in the eastern part of Russia was created as one of the drivers for further economic development of the region.
A meeting of the heads of investigative departments of Armenia and Belarus with students, graduates and teachers took place in the SFU library. The event was opened by the Governor of the Krasnoyarsk Territory, Professor, Doctor of Law, President of the Siberian Federal University Alexander Uss, who thanked the guests for participating in the meeting.
The chairmen of the investigative committees, Hayk Grigoryan and Ivan Noskevich, spoke about the specifics of the activities and prospects for the development of the departments headed by them, and then answered the students' questions.
At the end of the event, Ivan Noskevich presented the University library with the filing of the research journal “Preliminary Investigation”.
“It is a double pleasure that today's meeting and tomorrow’s meeting of the collegiate organs will be held in the building of the Siberian Federal University. The atmosphere of this institution, its energy, which are created by students and teachers, contribute to creativity and realization of constructive ideas”, the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Belarus said, answering journalists' questions after the event.
At the same time, a working meeting at the expert level was held in the conference hall of the university's congress hall, which was attended by representatives of the investigative committees of Armenia, Belarus and Russia.
The results of interaction of the three departments were discussed during the meeting. Particular attention was paid to cooperation in the international sphere, including in the context of combating cybercrime.
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