Joint platform formed against fugitive economic criminals, India suggests nine-point agenda to G-20 member countries

India has suggested a nine-point agenda to all the G-20 countries to take action against fugitive economic offenders. It says that all the member countries of the G-20 should ensure that no fugitive economic offenders enter their country and he does not get easy shelter there.

Sep 1, 2023 - 19:15
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Joint platform formed against fugitive economic criminals, India suggests nine-point agenda to G-20 member countries

India has taken strict steps to take action against fugitive economic offenders. For this, India has suggested a nine-point agenda to all the G-20 countries. In its agenda, India has also suggested all G-20 countries actively work together to take action against fugitive economic offenders and recover their assets.

India has suggested a nine-point agenda to the G-20 countries to take action against fugitive economic offenders, which states that all G-20 member countries should ensure that no fugitive economic offender is allowed to enter their country. Don't do it and he won't be able to find shelter there easily.

It is known that on August 12, a G-20 anti-corruption ministerial meeting was held in Kolkata. According to a document given by the government to the G20 countries after this meeting, it has been asked to consider strong and active cooperation among its member countries to deal with fugitive economic offenders.

The central government in its nine-point agenda has said that the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC), the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNOTC), and principles related to international cooperation should be effectively implemented.

The Government of India has suggested that a common platform should be created to exchange experiences of successful cases of extradition and its legal support.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer