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Ukraine, SL sign agreements on mutual legal assistance in criminal cases

2016-06-26 06:42:21
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Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin and Foreign Minister of Sri-Lanka Mangala Samaraweera have signed inter-state agreements on mutual legal assistance in criminal cases, extradition of lawbreakers and transfer of sentenced persons.

The press service of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reported on Saturday, the documents were signed during the negotiations between the two ministers during Klimkin's visit to Sri-Lanka.

The sides discussed the state and prospects of development of a wide range of issues at the two countries level and as part of international organizations, expansion of the bilateral legal base and development of a dialog between foreign ministries of the two states.

Klimkin wrote on his Twitter page: "I met the Sri-Lankan counterpart. Different corners of the world – the same goals. We have new agreement with Ski-Lanka that would help us to jointly fight corruption, crime and protect our citizens abroad."(Interfax-Ukraine)


  Comments - 4

  • Matipahana Sunday, 26 June 2016 09:16

    Closing the stables after years and years. Meantime, horse has done a lot of good things for itself.

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    Jagath Leanage Sunday, 26 June 2016 10:26

    Can Yahapalanaya arrest the culprit at least now, who is absconding in Ukraine?

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    Shelly. Sunday, 26 June 2016 13:32

    Why dont Mangala sign similar agreements with all the countries big or small soon. Why keep gaps for our smart crooks to vanish via DM Android App

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    Missaka Sunday, 26 June 2016 16:45

    So many LTTE symperthizers are in western Europe and America. They should have first signed agreement with them. This clearly shows that they just wanted to pick and punish people they hate.

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