Prosecutor General of Georgia, Irakli Shotadze met with the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the United States of America to Georgia, Robin Dunnigan.
The Deputy Prosecutor Generals, Legal Adviser of the State Department of Justice of the United States of America, Lena Owens, and representatives of the Embassy of the United States of America were attending the meeting.
At the introductory meeting, Irakli Shotadze thanked Ambassador Robin Dunnigan for the support of the activities of the Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia from the Embassy of the United States of America, especially in terms of the fight against cybercrime and the development of the jury court.
The Prosecutor General introduced the reforms implemented in the Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia to the United States Ambassador and talked about the strategy for further development of the Prosecutor’s Office. The conversation also touched on the ongoing negotiations between Georgia and the United States of America, which envisages the signing of agreements between the two countries in the field of extradition and legal assistance.
The US ambassador, on his part, thanked the Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia for the assistance provided within the framework of fruitful international cooperation over the years, including in the direction of extraditions.
The guests visiting the General Prosecutor’s Office, with the support of the US Embassy and the Department of Justice, viewed the digital laboratory created for combating cybercrime and the storage of material evidence of international standards located in the building of the General Prosecutor’s Office.
At the end of the meeting, the parties agreed on further deepening the future cooperation.