The Academy of Law Enforcement Agencies has become a member of a new educational community – the Turkic Network of Judicial and Legal Training.
The memorandum on its creation was signed today in Istanbul by the heads and representatives of all the organizations included in it.
Among them are 11 institutions that train prosecutors and judges in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Uzbekistan and Hungary (the latter as observers).
The agreements reached allow the participants to conduct joint scientific and educational events, exchange experience and research results, and involve teachers and experts.
Rector of the Academy Marat Seksembayev in his speech expressed the hope that the new Network will become an effective platform for organizing and consolidating efforts in training high-class specialists, conducting fundamental and applied scientific research in the field of combating crime.
The participants of the Agreement noted the common goals and objectives, expressed confidence that the document will serve as a new impetus for strengthening partnerships and deepening cooperation in the training of judges and prosecutors.
Organizations that have joined the Network.
— Academy of Law Enforcement Agencies under the Prosecutor General’s Office;
— Academy of Justice at the Supreme Court.
— Scientific and Educational Center of the Prosecutor General’s Office;
— Academy of Justice of the Ministry of Justice.
— Center for professional training of Prosecutorial and Investigative Staff of the Prosecutor General’s Office;
— Higher School of Justice at the Supreme Court.
From Turkey – Turkish Academy of Justice.
— Academy of the Prosecutor General’s Office;
— Higher School of Judges at the Supreme Judicial Council.
From Hungary (as observers):
— Prosecutor General’s Office;
— Hungarian National Judicial Administration.
The Memorandum is designed for 10 years with the possibility of prolongation for the same period.
The Nakhichevan Agreement on the establishment of the Cooperation Council of Turkic-speaking States and the Declaration of the 8th Summit of the Organization of Turkic States became the legal basis for the creation of the Network.