Havana, March 13 (RHC)-- The General Attorney's offices of Cuba and Venezuela signed an agreement on Monday to boost joint actions in crime prevention and confrontation, in the framework of the 14th International Meeting on Criminal Law, taking place in Havana.
The agreement, signed by Cuba's Attorney General Darío Delgado and his Venezuelan counterpart Tarek William Saab, covers administrative corruption and transnational crime.
In statements to the press, the Cuban legal expert said the accord will allow both nations to share best experiences and gain expertise and professionalism in the prevention and confrontation of these specific types of crimes, which have flourished around the world.
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