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    Committee Iraqi - U.S. Joint Coordination held a meeting on law enforcement and judicial cooperation

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    Post by Rocky Tue Jun 04, 2013 4:55 pm

    Committee Iraqi - U.S. Joint Coordination held a meeting on law enforcement and judicial cooperation



    Tuesday, June 4, 2013 16:21



    [Baghdad - where]

    Held by the Governments of Iraq and the United States of America, today, a meeting in Baghdad, the Iraqi - American Joint Coordination [JCC], on law enforcement and judicial cooperation, within the strategic framework agreement signed between the two countries.

    A statement from the U.S. embassy in Baghdad received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of "The meeting was chaired by the President of the Supreme Judicial Council Judge Hassan Humairi and Assistant Chief of Mission of the U.S. Embassy, ​​Ambassador James Knight, Charge d'Affaires Ambassador Douglas Silliman, who delivered the opening speech of the meeting . brought the Iraqi delegation participating in the meeting of representatives from each of the Supreme Judicial Council and the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights Ministry and the Ministry of State for Parliamentary Affairs and the Office of the Legal Adviser to the Prime Minister, also included the U.S. delegation of representatives from the U.S. State Department and the Justice Department and the FBI.

    He added that "the two sides stressed the importance of continued close cooperation in matters pertaining to law enforcement and the judiciary, They also review the assistance provided by the United States in the development of the judicial system, the police and prison management and anti-corruption institutions in Iraq, which all aim to support the Iraqi government to achieve more strengthening the rule of law in Iraq. "

    The statement pointed out that "during the meeting to identify ways to broaden the horizons of cooperation in order to strengthen the Iraqi government's efforts in improving ways of achieving justice for women, children and vulnerable groups and anti-violence based on gender, as well as combating human trafficking and raise the level of effectiveness of the training institutions, the police."

    And "that the United States is currently funded programs concerned with providing training and technical assistance in order to help the Iraqi judiciary in the use of modern systems in the management of litigation and systems save the data, as well as strengthening judicial security and strengthen the performance of the devices, Iraqi police in order to stabilize the internal security situation and to support efforts to impose law and curb criminal and terrorist activities and professional upgrading for the management of Iraqi prisons and develop the capacity of the audit to the inspectors general in Iraq and to promote compliance with the United Nations Convention against Corruption ".

    "As Washington is helping Iraq in its efforts to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism and to improve recovery of funds and support the Iraqi government in raising citizens' awareness of their legal rights and how to access the judicial institutions and cooperation between civil society organizations and sectors of justice and security in Iraq, and to assist the Government of Iraq its efforts to promote knowledge about human trafficking, and staff training on how to identify victims and provide assistance and protection to them, as well as improving coordination between government agencies in their efforts in the fight against human trafficking, and raise their capabilities in the application of Iraqi law on combating human trafficking, and support to civil society for the empowerment of women and other vulnerable populations access to legal services and ask for help. "

    The statement stressed that "the Iraqi and American delegations expressed their commitment to hold the next meeting of the Joint Coordinating Committee in the law enforcement and judicial cooperation in the month of November of this year." Is over.


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    Baghdad (news) .. held by the Governments of Iraq and the United States of America, on Tuesday in Baghdad, a meeting of the Iraqi - U.S. Joint Coordination (JCC), about law enforcement and judicial cooperation, within the strategic framework agreement signed between the two countries.
    A statement from the U.S. Embassy received the Agency (news) copy of it: that the meeting was chaired by the President of the Supreme Judicial Council Judge Hassan Humairi and Assistant Chief of Mission of the U.S. Embassy, ​​Ambassador James Knight, Charge d'Affaires Ambassador Douglas Silliman, who delivered the opening speech of the meeting.
    The statement added: that the Iraqi delegation participating in the meeting, which included representatives from each of the Supreme Judicial Council and the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights Ministry and the Ministry of State for Parliamentary Affairs and the Office of the Legal Adviser to the Prime Minister, also included the U.S. delegation of representatives from the U.S. State Department and the Ministry of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation .
    The two sides stressed the importance of continued close cooperation in matters pertaining to law enforcement and the judiciary, They also review the assistance provided by the United States in the development of the judicial system, the police and prison management and anti-corruption institutions in Iraq, which all aim to support the Iraqi government to achieve further strengthening of the rule law in Iraq.
    During the meeting, identify ways to expand the horizons of cooperation in order to strengthen the Iraqi government's efforts in improving ways of achieving justice for women, children and vulnerable groups and anti-violence based on gender, as well as combating human trafficking and raise the level of effectiveness of the institutions, police training, according to the statement.
    He noted the statement: that the United States is currently funded programs concerned with providing training and technical assistance in order to help the Iraqi judiciary in the use of modern systems in the management of litigation and systems save the data, as well as strengthening judicial security and strengthen the performance of the devices, Iraqi police in order to stabilize the internal security situation and support the efforts of law enforcement and curbing criminal and terrorist activities and vocational upgrading Iraqi prisons management and development of the audit capabilities of the inspectors general in Iraq and to promote compliance with the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
    The statement continued: As Washington is helping Iraq in its efforts to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism and to improve recovery of funds and support the Iraqi government in raising citizens' awareness of their legal rights and how to access the judicial institutions and cooperation between civil society organizations and sectors of justice and security in Iraq, and to assist the Government of Iraq In its efforts to promote knowledge about human trafficking, and staff training on how to identify victims and provide assistance and protection to them, as well as improving coordination among government agencies in their efforts in the fight against human trafficking, and raise their capabilities in the application of Iraqi law on combating trafficking in human beings, and community support Civil for the empowerment of women and other vulnerable populations access to legal services and ask for help.
    The U.S. and Iraqi delegations, for their commitment to hold the next meeting of the Joint Coordinating Committee in the law enforcement and judicial cooperation in the month of November of this year, according to the statement. / End / t. St. /


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