UNODC and partners conducted the CFT course on strategic analysis of financial investigation cases in Kazakhstan 

On 5-9 April 2021, UNODC jointly with INTERPOL, and the Law Enforcement Academy under the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Kazakhstan, conducted the combating the financing of terrorism (CFT) course on strategic analysis of financial investigation cases as part of the Continuing Education Programme of the Academy via video conferencing. 

The representatives of the General Prosecutor’s Office, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Financial Intelligence Unit, National Security Committee and Anti-Corruption Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan took part in the course.

The training materials were developed by the UNODC Anti-Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Adviser and international AML/CFT experts. The course materials were incorporated into the Continuing Education Programme for prosecutors to ensure continuous professional development.

In total, 31 law enforcement agencies officials completed the course and obtained the required qualifications under the Continuing Education Programme.

The training was developed and delivered by UNODC international expert Mr. Andrei Romanouski and INTERPOL experts Mr. Dermot Brauders, Coordinator of the Terrorist Financing Unit/Counter-Terrorism Directorate and UNITAD experts - Mr. Robert Babamovski and Ms. Genevieve Zingg, who shared their international expertise and best practices in strategic analysis of financial investigation cases related to terrorism.  

The training course was conducted under UNODC Programme for Central Asia with the expert support of the Global Programme against Money-Laundering and with the financial support of Norway.


For further information, please contact:

Nurangez Abdulhamidova

Communication and External Relations Officer

UNODC Regional Office for Central Asia (Dushanbe)

Email: nurangez.abdulhamidova[at]