VIENNA: Kuwait’s Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha) participated in the fourth meeting of the Global Operational Network of Anti-Corruption Law Enforcement Authorities (GlobE Network), which was held at the United Nations Headquarters in Vienna from 10 to 13 July. In a statement, the Nazaha stated that the network is a platform for exchanging information among government authorities concerned with combating corruption and provides the necessary knowledge, resources and tools to enhance international cooperation in investigations of cross-border corruption crimes.
The network is witnessing a continuous increase in the number of entities joining its membership from all over the world, as the number has reached 161 entities concerned with enforcing anti-corruption laws from 91 countries that are party to the United Nations Convention against Corruption. The statement also said that the Nazaha delegation participated in many discussions and technical sessions aimed at enhancing methods and techniques for exchanging information and how to use technology and innovation in preventing and combating corruption.
Nazaha affirmed its constant endeavor to deepen cooperation with countries and international organizations in order to eradicate the scourge of corruption and strengthen measures aimed at combating it through exchanging information on corruption crimes and sharing lessons learned and best practices in this field. – KUNA