Tehran (IP) - The prosecutor-general of Iran traveled to the capital of the Republic of Azerbaijan to participate in the meeting of the Attorney Generals of the member countries of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO).

Iran PressIran news: According to Iran Press news agency, on Thursday, Iran's Prosecutor General, Mohammad Kazem Movahedi Azad, left Tehran for Baku, the capital of the Azerbaijan Republic, in order to participate in the fourth Meeting of Attorneys/Prosecutors General of the ECO Member States.

In this meeting, which will be held from September 14 to 16, Issues such as scientific and research cooperation between training centers for prosecutors' judges, operational cooperation to combat human trafficking, drug trafficking, and cybercrime, as well as follow-up on the approvals of the last three sessions will be discussed.

Bilateral meetings with the prosecutors present at this summit, including the prosecutors of Azerbaijan, Russia, Türkiye, and Pakistan, are among the pre-planned programs for the prosecutor General of Iran.

In these meetings, issues, and topics such as cooperation in drafting the international convention on cybercrimes, transfer and extradition of convicts between the two countries, and continuing cooperation in the fight against terrorism and extremism will be discussed and exchanged.


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