H.E Dr. Harib
Saeed Alamim, President of SAI, Chairman of INTOSAI heads the UAE delegation
participated in the second session of the International Anti-corruption Team of the large quantities
of assets derived from corruption in Oslo during the period from 12th
to 14th June 2019.
is expected to consider topics listed on its agenda, particularly the conclusions
reached at the first meeting which was held in Lima at the end of last year as
it recommended on the importance of cooperation between the member states’
signatories to the United Nations Convention against Corruption concerning
funds and assets recovery derived from corruption. The agenda will also include
reviewing best practices and successful experiences on preventing corruption
related to large quantities of assets and working on activating the mechanism
to pursuit criminals and bring them to justice.
that the damages caused by corruption acts represent the greatest threat to the
stability of international peace and security as the funds derived from
corruption fuels regional conflicts causing wars and destruction of people and disruption of sustainable
development goals. He also emphasized on the importance of the international
synergies to fight corruption and prevent damages that might affect the
financial resources of people and waste it on fueling international conflicts and wars which negatively
reflects the standard of living, health and social of people.
He also added
that the UAE preceded many countries on the completion of anti-corruption
legislations system and enacted laws and legislations regarding pursuing
criminals and bring them to justice. It also worked on activating international
communication channels at bilateral and regional level to cooperate with the
international community considering all possible ways to fight corruption and
dry up its sources.
noting that the UAE will host the eighth session of the Conference of the
States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption in Abu Dhabi
by the end of this year.