The Supreme Audit Institutions of the Slovak Republic and Russia have agreed to cooperate

The chairmen of the Supreme Audit Office (SAO) of the Slovak Republic and the Accounting Chamber of the Russian Federation, Karol Mitrík and Alexei Kudrin, signed an agreement on cooperation between the two institutions on Thursday. They were based on the principles of the 2011 UN General Assembly resolution and the INTOSAI and EUROSAI provisions.

The spokesman of the SAO SR Marek Papajčík informed about it. Representatives of both institutions discussed in a joint bilateral seminar, he said in Bratislava.

According to him, the cooperation enshrined in the agreement will focus on exchanges experience and organization of joint research projects and activities in areas of common interest, including consultations, seminars, round tables, conferences on the main problems of the external state audit (control). Mutual activities will also cover the professional field training and improvement of professional standards and professional skills employees.

Papajčík specified that Mitrík and Kudrin had also agreed on an exchange information and reference materials related to both controls institutions and the exercise of joint or parallel control and professional-analytical activities. The two institutions will develop cooperation on a bilateral basis, as well as within INTOSAI and EUROSAI.

According to the SAO spokesman, the delegations of both institutions discussed at bilateral seminar on development strategies, digitization, strategic audit, quality control and openness and transparency of activities control institutions.

Papajčík added that Kudrin has also been the chairman since September 2019 INTOSAI international organization. Within it, the key challenge is to which the world’s control institutions are looking for an answer, setting up controls to provide the public with a picture of whether key objectives are being met development of society, whether public resources are used meaningfully and efficiently. All of these topics aim to promote progress in public were also discussed at the INTOSAI Congress in Moscow and highlighted also in the Moscow Declaration. As well as whether Member States are doing their part commitments to the UN.

The chairmen of the Supreme Audit Office (SAO) of the Slovak Republic and the Accounting Chamber of the Russian Federation, Karol Mitrík and Alexei Kudrin, signed an agreement on cooperation between the two institutions on Thursday. They were based on the principles of the 2011 UN General Assembly resolution and the INTOSAI and EUROSAI provisions.

The spokesman of the SAO SR Marek Papajčík informed about it. Representatives of both institutions discussed in a joint bilateral seminar, he said in Bratislava.

According to him, the cooperation enshrined in the agreement will focus on exchanges experience and organization of joint research projects and activities in areas of common interest, including consultations, seminars, round tables, conferences on the main problems of the external state audit (control). Mutual activities will also cover the professional field training and improvement of professional standards and professional skills employees.

Papajčík specified that Mitrík and Kudrin had also agreed on an exchange information and reference materials related to both controls institutions and the exercise of joint or parallel control and professional-analytical activities. The two institutions will develop cooperation on a bilateral basis, as well as within INTOSAI and EUROSAI.

According to the SAO spokesman, the delegations of both institutions discussed at bilateral seminar on development strategies, digitization, strategic audit, quality control and openness and transparency of activities control institutions.

Papajčík added that Kudrin has also been the chairman since September 2019 INTOSAI international organization. Within it, the key challenge is to which the world’s control institutions are looking for an answer, setting up controls to provide the public with a picture of whether key objectives are being met development of society, whether public resources are used meaningfully and efficiently. All of these topics aim to promote progress in public were also discussed at the INTOSAI Congress in Moscow and highlighted also in the Moscow Declaration. As well as whether Member States are doing their part commitments to the UN.