Representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Tajikistan took part in an international roundtable on forensic activities
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Last week, the Forensic Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation held an international round table on topical issues of forensic science.
The event was attended by representatives of eleven forensic organizations and departments from eight CIS countries.
The head of the Criminal Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, Major General of Police Vadim Kazmin, as well as heads of expert services of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan took part in the roundtable.
On behalf of the Republic of Tajikistan, the Deputy Head of the Forensic Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Colonel Abdurahmonzoda Muhammadyusuf Golib spoke on "Organization of forensic examination of cases of extremist crimes" and expressed his views on the issues under consideration.
Major Nazarshoev Firuz Yusupovich, the head of the ballistics department, spoke on "Investigation of firearms in criminal cases" and Maj. showed.
Further work was done on the basis of seven thematic sections. Priority issues were the organization of international cooperation in the field of expertise. In separate sections the problems of manuscript production and technical and forensic examination of documents, topical issues of activity and development of forensic accounting were discussed.
Participants focused on modern methodological approaches to the study of synthetic drugs, as well as extremist-oriented drugs. The roundtable also addressed issues related to the fight against cybercrime for all CIS countries.
As a result of the international roundtable, the importance of maintaining professional contacts between expert services of the CIS countries, even in the context of pandemic restrictions was noted. The participants expressed confidence in the need to further strengthen and develop international cooperation in the field of forensic science.
Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan