Telman Abbasov, director of ‘TITUL’ group and an expert in investment and Real Estate, took part in the session of the UN commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, which took place between 23rd and 27th of April in Vienna, Austria.
During the five days of this event, participants have discussed eleven points that were put forward on the agenda. Participants listened to dozens of reports and took into account a number of amendments. In addition, various symposiums were convened within the framework of the session and consultations were held between specialists in various fields. The main thing is that resolutions were adopted to strengthen international cooperation in combating organized crime, including money laundering.
Many non-governmental organisations attended the session and presented their ideas. As a result, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime UNODC claimed that they expect to cooperate with the represented companies in the future. During a personal meeting with the Civil Affairs Officer of the Policy Analysis and Public Affairs Division, Mirella Dumar Fragi, options were discussed for the joint work of the FIABCI and UNODC.
Telman Abbasov, as a representative of the International Real Estate Federation FIABCI, discussed future cooperation with the Missions of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Turkey, Latvia, Russia and Azerbaijan. During the event, Mr. Abbasov has spoken to lawyers and excellent financiers who agreed with the weighty role of realtors in preventing money laundering through the real estate market, as well as in protecting the rights of investors and their capital. At the moment, negotiations are under way on direct cooperation (joint efforts and joint projects) of these international organizations: FIABCI, UNODC and UNECE.