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Ukraine, Latvia prosecutors to agree measures to return Ukrainian ex-officials’ confiscated assets

Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yevhen Yenin and Prosecutor General of Latvia Eriks Kalnmeiers, his first deputy and the head of the Latvian service for money laundering control have discussed the way of returning former Ukrainian officials' criminal assets, confiscated by Latvian authorities, to Ukraine.
Ukraine, Latvia prosecutors to agree measures to return Ukrainian ex-officials' confiscated assets

According to the press service of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine (PGO), a meeting of PGO representatives of the two countries was held within Yenin’s visit to Latvia, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

The main topics for discussion during the meeting were international cooperation within criminal proceedings and the ways of returning to Ukraine the criminal assets of former Ukrainian officials, confiscated by the Latvian competent authorities.

“The parties agreed to coordinate further actions within the framework of the national legal systems necessary to return the criminal assets of Ukrainian ex-officials confiscated by Latvian agencies,” the report reads.