Romania's National Anticorruption Directorate to advise NABU detectives, analysts
- 08.07.2016, 13:17,
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Romania's National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) will train detectives and analysts of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) how to conduct investigations and handle criminal proceedings in corruption-related cases.
"We'll prepare a training program for NABU detectives and analysts that will be based on our experience, taking into account the peculiarities of Ukrainian legislation," DNA Chief Prosecutor Horatiu Ovidiu Baias said at a meeting with NABU personnel, the NABU's press service said.
Ukrainian detectives may find Romanian counterparts' experience useful at certain stages of the investigation, First Deputy to the NABU Director Gizo Uglava said.
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The training is part of a project for the support of the NABU and the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine implemented with the assistance of the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine. DNA Romania will advise Ukrainian investigators and analysts on such areas as the use of advanced IT technologies and their application for conducting investigations, the formation of a network of agents and methods of data collecting, mining, and processing.