Mongolia to cooperate with IACA


The Chairman of the parliamentary Standing Committee on Law Sh.Tuvdendorj met yesterday with the Chair of the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA), Martin Kreutner, to discuss cooperation.

In the meeting Sh.Tuvdendorj expressed Mongolia’s interest in collaborating with the IACA.

Kreutner explained at yesterday’s meeting that the IACA was inaugurated at the conference “From Vision to Reality,” which took place in the Viennese Hofburg in September 2010. The IACA currently has 65 Members, and 45 of which have signed the IACA Agreement.

Kreutner said that the meeting with Sh.Tuvdendorj will pave the way for opportunities to conduct relevant training of Mongolian officials here and also in Vienna.

According to Kreutner, active participation in the Academy activities will open up opportunities for Mongolia to better prevent corruption, to educate the public regarding corruption, and to train specialists to detect corruption crimes. Overall, participation in IACA activities will increase the effectiveness of Mongolian efforts to fight corruption.

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