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Meeting of the Working Group on Visa Liberalisation process to discuss Public order and Security

May 23, 2013

 

Prishtina, 23 May2013 – In the line of the meetings of Working Group for the Visa Liberalisation process was the Public order and Security. During this week have been held working groups meetings on Visa Liberalisation process, while today’s meeting have addressed the third block which is also acknowledged as the most important block for Visa Liberalisation process.

During this meeting, in more details, it was discussed for prevention and combating of the organised crime and terrorism; with a special emphasis on the measures taken for implementation of the legal framework on organised crime and corruption and adoption of the codes of ethics and implementation of the reform of criminal justice system that improves independence, efficiency , accountability and impartiality of the judiciary, including the allocation of sufficient resources for the functionalization  of the new system of courts.

In the following of the meeting, it was discussed on prevention and combating of corruption and cooperation in law enforcement as well as judicial cooperation in criminal matters. As next following steps  are setting of the efficient mechanisms for prevention of the corruption and identifying the risk of corruption, implementation of the existing agreements for cooperation in the field of law implementation, and where possible the signature of new agreements; as well as implementation of the actual legislation for  international judicial cooperation on the criminal matters, and other steps for capacity building within institutions and more efficient coordination with all relevant stakeholders for providing of security.

In this occasion Minister Çitaku in her speech said that ” During all these time you have diligently worked in the implementation of the Visa Liberalisation criteria and have achieved excellent results. But this isn’t sufficient, we require from you to gather your forces, and commit yourself so that in the following months you can show your potential by implementing all these remained criteria that are in front of us.

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