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Closure of the MOLI-Serbia Project (Belgrade, Serbia, 14 May 2014)

Belgrade, Serbia 14 May 2014
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On 14 May 2014 the Joint CoE/EU Project against money laundering and terrorist financing in Serbia (MOLI-Serbia) was completed. Throughout the 42 months of implementation the MOLI-Serbia Project has delivered over 50 Actions in accordance with its Workplan, including 24 Technical Papers covering various aspects of the anti-money laundering/combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) framework of Serbia. During this time MOLI-Serbia has successfully managed to complete a range of strategically important activities, including the drafting of the new AML/CFT Strategy and Action Plan, legislative reviews of over 40 relevant legislative and regulatory acts; conducted a number of sectoral risk assessments, as well as reviews of interagency cooperation practices and frameworks in the areas of law enforcement and supervision; a major IT upgrade for the Administration on the Prevention of Money Laundering was carried out. 

The MOLI-Serbia Project team would like to extend its gratitude to the beneficiaries for their active participation and very high level of commitment in the implementation of all project activities, particularly to the Administration on the Prevention of Money Laundering of Serbia, as well as the National Bank of Serbia, the Prosecutor’s Office, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Justice and other ministries and agencies who took part in Project activities.