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    Coordinating Committee jurisdiction between Iraq and the U.S.

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    Post by lonelyintexas Wed 04 Jun 2014, 8:59 am

    Coordinating Committee jurisdiction between Iraq and the US

    Wednesday, June 4, 2014 14:01
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    [Baghdad - where]
    Concluded on Wednesday 4 \ 6 \ 2014 work of the Conference of the judiciary with the U.S. side in the framework of the strategic cooperation between the two countries, issuing several recommendations relating to the affairs of judicial cooperation and extradition.
    According to a statement for the federal judiciary received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of the "Coordinating Committee for the meeting, which continues throughout the two consecutive days in the building of the judiciary issued a final statement explained the objectives of the meeting, which comes in the area of the judiciary and law enforcement."
    The statement said that "The overall objective of the Joint Coordinating Committee is to hold open and frank discussions of the issues in order to further strengthen the rule of law in Iraq."
    He added that "the two delegations stressed the importance of continued close cooperation in matters of the judiciary and law enforcement," noting that "the conference focused on the two days of the vital issues, namely, to identify best practices in the field of extradition judicially, and requests for legal assistance, and increased coordination with the Office to Combat drug and law enforcement affairs and combating the financing of terrorism. "
    The statement continued that the meeting would discuss ways to "enhance training efforts and to assist current and future of the judiciary, the police and anti-corruption institutions in Iraq."
    He pointed out that "the conference examined the financing of the United States of America programs that provide training and technical assistance for the federal judiciary and the security forces in the areas of criminal law, commercial and international arbitration to support the rule of law and training in the field of human rights."
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    He completed the statement that "the Coordinating Committee discussed ways to help disrupt and dismantle criminal and terrorist organizations in addition to the inclusion of various ministries and agencies to promote the implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption and help Iraq's efforts to combat money laundering and terrorist financing and to improve recovery of the looted money."
    And participated in the conference which was chaired by Head of the Judiciary Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud, U.S. Ambassador Stephen Beecroft, and the yen Andriza, Supplement Justice at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, which included the Iraqi delegation at the conference representatives of the federal judiciary and ministries; Interior and Foreign Affairs, Justice and Human Rights and the Ministry of State for Parliamentary Affairs and a counter-terrorism and the Central Bank and the Office of the fight against money laundering.
    At the conclusion of the conference, both sides expressed their commitment to hold the next meeting of the Joint Coordinating Committee for Cooperation in the field of justice and law enforcement in 2015.

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