Scoping mission to Turkmenistan

Ashgabat, Turkmenistan 2 February 2018
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A Council of Europe delegation visited Turkmenistan to assess the needs of authorities in the area of anti-corruption, anti-money laundering/combating the financing of terrorism, as well as private sector compliance and protection of entrepreneurs’ rights. The Council of Europe delegation met with representatives of the Ministry of Finance, General Prosecutors Office, Central Bank, State Security Service, Commercial banks and Chamber of Commerce. All counterparts expressed significant interest in cooperating with the Council of Europe, especially in the areas of risk-based supervisory and private sector practices, capacity building through training programmes, as well as assistance to implement international AML/CFT standards taking into account lessons learned from on-going FATF, Moneyval and EAG evaluations.


Scoping mission to Uzbekistan

Tashkent, Uzbekistan 31 January 2018
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A scoping mission was carried out by the Council of Europe to assess the needs of Uzbek authorities in the area of anti-corruption, anti-money laundering/combating the financing of terrorism, as well as private sector compliance and protection of entrepreneurs’ rights. The Council of Europe delegation met with representatives of the General Prosecutors Office, National Bank, Ministry of Interior, Association of Banks and Chamber of Commerce. All counterparts expressed significant interest in cooperating with the Council of Europe, especially in the areas of capacity building, risk-based supervisory and private sector practices, as well as assistance to implement recommendations of the upcoming Eurasian group evaluation expected in the beginning of 2019.


Scoping mission to Tajikistan

Dushanbe, Tajikistan 29 January 2018
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The Council of Europe carried out a scoping mission to assess the needs of Tajik authorities in the area of anti-corruption, anti-money laundering/combating the financing of terrorism, as well as private sector compliance and protection of entrepreneurs’ rights. The Council of Europe delegation met with representatives of the National Bank and its Financial Monitoring Department, Ministry of Interior, General Prosecutors Office, State Committee on National Security, Anti-Corruption Agency, Association of Entrepreneurs and Chamber of Commerce. All counterparts expressed significant interest in cooperating with the Council of Europe, especially in light of numerous recommendations from a recent OECD ACN assessment and the upcoming evaluation of the Eurasian group.