From 21 to 23 May 2018, in the city of Nanjing (China), the representatives of the Financial Monitoring Committee participated in the 11th meeting and the meetings of the working groups of the PCDP.
Delegations of the financial intelligence units (hereinafter referred to as the FIU) of the countries participating in the Agreement on the Education of the PSIPF took part in the work of the Council. The Financial Monitoring Center of the Central Bank of the Republic of Armenia, the Financial Monitoring Department of the State Control Committee of the Republic of Belarus, the Financial Monitoring Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the State Financial Intelligence Service under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, the Federal Financial Monitoring Service of the Russian Federation, the Financial Monitoring Department under the National Bank of the Republic Tajikistan, the Department for Combating Tax, Currency Transactions tupleniyami and money laundering under the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as the delegation of the Republic of India is a financial intelligence unit (as an observer), and invited representatives of China's financial intelligence unit and the CIS Executive Committee.
The meeting discussed the problems of supranational risks and threats, identification of issues of inter-agency cooperation, cooperation in the international sphere, as well as interaction with the private sector.
Work continues on the implementation of the Plan of the regular operation of the PCDP to identify individuals involved in the activities of international terrorist organizations, as well as measures to identify financial transactions related to the transfer of funds to so-called "universal washing grounds" that ensure the redistribution and laundering of funds, obtained as a result of various types of criminal activity.
Continuing domestic procedures for the harmonization of the draft Treaty of the Commonwealth States on combating the legalization (laundering) of criminal proceeds, financing terrorism and financing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
A discussion was held on the regulation of electronic payment systems in order to prevent their use for money laundering and terrorist financing.
Issues of organizational, legal, methodological and practical nature are discussed at the Council's site. They are aimed at expanding and deepening counteraction to the laundering of criminal proceeds and the financing of terrorism, both within the framework of the Commonwealth, and with other states and international organizations.
The RPAF actively cooperates with the Anti-Terrorism Center, the Bureau for the Coordination of Combating Organized Crime and Other Dangerous Types of Crimes on the Territory of the Member States of the Commonwealth of Independent States (BKBOP), the Coordination Council of Heads of Tax Investigation Bodies, the Council of Border Troops Commanders, the Council of General Prosecutors, the Cooperation Council in the field of fundamental science, with which relevant agreements have been concluded.
At the last meeting, a discussion of the draft agreement on cooperation between the PSDP and the Secretariat of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) was held.
The next 11th meeting of the PSDP will be held in November 2018 in Minsk, the Republic of Belarus.