Tashkent opens May 21 the 22nd plenary meeting of the Eurasian Group on Combating Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism (EAG).
The plenary session will focus on enhancing the effectiveness of the Eurasian Group. Experts will draw their attention in the measures to improve national systems for combating money laundering and terrorism financing. In addition, the issues of expansion of cooperation with the countries of the region and international specialized organizations will be discussed.
On May 18, the meetings started of five EAG working groups. They work in such areas as the mutual evaluation and legal issues, combating financing of terrorism, technical assistance, and others.
Uzbekistan joined the Eurasian Group in 2005.