Opening advanced program on Anti-money laundering by PPA and Embassy of United Kingdom
Colonel, Assoc.Prof.Dr. Tran Minh Chat, Vice President of the PPA spoke at the ceremony

Attending the ceremony was Mr. Graham Orr, First Secretary, Liaison Officers of UK National Crime Agency in Vietnam; Mr. Bernie Crossey, International Expert on Anti-money Laundering of the UK; lecturers of the training course; the representatives of the Department of Foreign Affair, MPS. As for the PPA were Colonel, Assoc.Prof.Dr. Tran Minh Chat, Vice President of the Academy; the leaders of the functional units and 30 trainees who will participate in the training course.

 

Mr. Graham Orr, First Secretary, Liaison Officers of UK National Crime Agency 

in Vietnam spoke at the ceremony

At the opening ceremony, on behalf of the Board of Directors of the PPA, Colonel, Assoc.Prof.Doctor. Tran Minh Chat, Vice President of the Academy confirmed the importance of international cooperation in fighting against the money laundering in general and in training activities to enhance the  capacity of money laundering investigation at the PPA in particular. In recent years, the PPA has implemented strongly the activities of foreign affairs and international cooperation with many countries, especially the UK. Vice President appreciated the cooperation and assistance from the UK Embassy in Vietnam in the past and hoped that through this training course, the trainees would grasp the experience and knowledge in this field and apply flexibly into the their real task of fighting against money laundering in Vietnam in the new situation.

 

Overview of the ceremony

The training course has the participation of 30 officers, teachers from the training institutions of MPS. During the studying process, the experts on anti-money laundering from the NCA and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) will exchange their practical experiences in the process of combating this kind of crime as well as the reality, causes and measures to fight against the money laundering in the globe in general and in Vietnam in particular.

 

The representatives took the memorial photograph at the ceremony

The training course ended on 30, January, 2015. Speaking at the closing ceremony, representative of the trainees expressed his thank to all lecturers and the class managers for their care and support during the studying process. He also reiterated the training course had equipped the important knowledge on money laundering which would be applied flexibly into the practical task in order to fight effectively against the money laundering.

Translated by Xuan Thanh

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