вЂњThere is no practice of establishment of joint investigative groups among the CIS countries, but it does not exclude opportunity of close cooperation,вЂќ Rustam USubov, the 1st Deputy Prosecutor General, told ITAR-TASS, Trend reports. He was commenting the results of the meeting of the Coordinating Council of the Prosecutor Generals held in Moscow on Thursday.
вЂњWe have practice of holding investigation on separate instructions. In case of need we send instruction to investigative bodies of other country and always meet support,вЂќ Usubov underlined.
The participants of the events mentioned high level of the interaction in investigation of some criminal cases, including the cases related to terrorism. вЂњWe have no any serious problems and always try to achieve agreement in respect to all issues,вЂќ Vladimir Ustinov, the Russian Prosecutor General, said. According to Ustinov, they focused on working issues at the today meeting.
Attending the meeting were representatives of Prosecutor Offices from Russia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Amenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan.