The meeting participants discussed issues related to countering illegal financial transactions using enforcement of financial obligations (court decisions, executive inscriptions by a notary or enforcement certificates issued by a labour dispute commission). Reports and proposals were made by representatives of the Federal Service for Financial Monitoring, the Bank of Russia, the Justice Ministry, the Federal Bailiff Service, the Supreme Court, the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection and the Prosecutor General’s Office.
Based on the analytical materials presented by the Bank of Russia and the Federal Service for Financial Monitoring, measures were agreed upon to minimise the risks of non-monetary forms of payment (promissory notes) being used for unlawful purposes.
The participants also discussed information from the Federal Treasury regarding improving the arrangements for state control over budgetary spending on small-scale procurement for state and municipal needs.
Following the meeting, federal government bodies were given instructions and recommendations on interdepartmental cooperation, including information exchange, as well as with regard to drafting proposals on amending certain current statutory provisions.