Saudi Gazette report
MOSCOW — Saudi Arabia’s Management and Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha) and Russia’s Public Prosecution Service have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) within the subject of combating corruption and enhancing joint cooperation.
The MoU between the 2 nations was signed by Nazaha’s President Mazen Al-Kahmous, and the Russian Prosecutor-Normal, Igor Krasnov, within the presence of the Saudi ambassador to Russia Abdulrahman Al-Ahmad.
The MoU coated quite a lot of matters, most notably enhancing cooperation within the subject of combating cross-border corruption crimes, exchanging data associated to corruption crimes, and creating and strengthening the institutional capability of each events.
On the sidelines of the assembly, Nazaha’s president paid a go to to the College of the Prosecutor’s Workplace in Moscow.
In the course of the go to, a number of matters of frequent curiosity have been mentioned, along with relating the cooperation elements between the 2 sides.
It’s noteworthy that this go to is available in response to the invitation of the Russian Prosecutor-Normal to the President of Nazaha, to evaluate an important procedures undertaken by the Russian Public Prosecution within the subject of combating corruption crimes.