Economy Yesterday, 17:30
Baghdad - IA - Wissam Al-Mulla
The Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program in Iraq, Oki Lootsma, confirmed today, Monday, the pursuit of cooperation with Iraq to make the financial future a success.
Lootsma said in his speech during the conference launching the Financial Investigation Procedures Guide, which was attended by the Iraqi News Agency (INA) correspondent:
“The United Nations Development Program is honored to cooperate with Iraq to enhance financial integrity and the success of the financial future in Iraq, as well as achieving long-term continuity.
We declare the fight against organized crime.” And combating money laundering, which is very important.” He added,
"The process of drafting the guide highlights a large cooperative program for the 11 institutions that guarantee the judiciary, integrity, the Financial Supervision Bureau, offices for combating organized crime, and the relevant institutions, as well as the institution of this work." He continued:
"We are pleased with the great cooperation that will lead to important results.
There are increasing applications through cooperation, exchanging information, supporting investigations, and recovering the required funds, and this enhances understanding of financial crimes,"
stressing the commitment to supporting the work teams through the great expertise that will continue after the launch of the guide.