Uzbekistan and Belarus have a mutual interest in further strengthening cooperation in the field of enforcement.
This was stated by Deputy Minister of Justice Dmitry Kostyukevich following a meeting with the Director of the Compulsory Enforcement Bureau under the General Prosecutor's Office of Uzbekistan Muzaffar Egamberdiev, the press service of the CIS Executive Committee reports.
The participants of the meeting exchanged information on the development of national systems for the enforcement of executive documents, discussed topical issues in the development of bilateral cooperation.
Following the meeting, Dmitry Kostyukevich noted: "Communication with Uzbek colleagues showed significant potential for the development of expert interaction. Our departments have accumulated a certain amount of knowledge, adopted effective decisions in the field of enforcement, which are of mutual interest. The next step is to consolidate the prospects for cooperation in a bilateral memorandum".
The visit to Uzbekistan ended with a visit by a delegation of the Ministry of Justice to the Victory Park memorial complex and the Glory State Museum in Tashkent.
The Deputy Minister recalled that quite recently, on May 9, we remembered the defenders of the Fatherland, paid tribute to those who did not spare their lives for the sake of the common Victory. Therefore, while in Uzbekistan, representatives of the Belarusian delegation took the opportunity and visited the park complex dedicated to the Great Patriotic War.
“It is important to remember that victory was forged not only on the battlefields, in which the soldiers of all Soviet republics stood shoulder to shoulder. Home front workers made their invaluable contribution. And here a vivid example is the labour feat of the Uzbek people,” Dmitry Kostyukevich noted.
Reported by Uzbekistan Daily.