On December 2022, 15, a representative of the Tajik prosecutor's office traveled to our country to implement the "Cooperation Programme for 2023-2024", signed between Chief Prosecutor Kamran Aliyeva and Tajikistan's Chief Prosecutor, Joseph Rakhmon.
According to the EPA, on May 30, Elchin Mohammadov, the first deputy attorney general, met with a delegation to express the high level of cooperation between the prosecutor's offices of our countries, noting that relations between our peoples have historically been successfully developed in political, economic, cultural, and other fields, and that important strategic projects implemented by the political will of the country's leaders are more important and it's going to be closer and it's going to serve the well-being of our peoples.
Nasimcon Azimov, head of the delegation of the Tajik Attorney-General's Office, expressed appreciation for the high hospitality and warm tribe, noting that the trip would be useful for strengthening bilateral relations.
Later, under the Cooperation Programme, a seminar was held on "Current Issues of Return of Activities Acquired through Corruption." During the seminar, the Azerbaijani Prosecutor's Office conducted a useful exchange of expertise in the fields of special confiscation, corruption, and law enforcement.
The delegation was introduced to the new administrative building of the Attorney-General's Office, as well as to the Museum of History and Victory. Visitors were impressed by the rich history of the Azerbaijani Prosecutor's Office, the international leader of our people, and the corners and exhibitions dedicated to the life and creativity of our great predecessor, Heydər Əliyev.
The Tajik delegation continues to travel to our country.