Georgian government established an interagency council, which should work out strategy and action plan for combating money laundering and terrorism financing. The Council should present these strategy and plan to the government before March 1, 2014 . The Council, chaired by the Finance Minister, includes Deputy Finance Minister, chief of the Finance Ministry's Investigation Service and his deputy, chief and deputy of the same Ministry's Revenue Service, deputies of Foreign Minister, of State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, of Justice and Interior Ministers and of Main Prosecutor, head of State Insurance Supervision Service, chairman of Public Registry Agency and parliamentary secretary of the government. Besides, vice president of National Bank of Georgia and head of Financial Monitoring Service, as well as deputy chairmen of the Parliament's committees on legal issues, fiscal, European integration and foreign relations and Georgian Federation of Professional Accountants and Auditors will be also asked to take part in work of the Council on the mentioned strategy and action plan for 2014-2017.
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