Aleksandr Avdeiko held meeting on legal work in Bashkortostan MIA

MIL OSI – Source: Russian Federation Ministry of Internal Affairs in English – Press Release/Statement

Headline: Aleksandr Avdeiko held meeting on legal work in Bashkortostan MIA

Today in Ufa, Chief of the Treaty and Law Department of the Russian MIA Lieutenant General of Internal Service Aleksandr Avdeiko held a working meeting in the MIA for the Republic of Bashkortostan.
The event was attended by Minister of Internal Affairs for the Republic of Bashkortostan Lieutenant General of Police Mikhail Zakomaldin and employees of the legal divisions of the regional Ministry. Executives of the city and district bodies of internal affairs of Bashkortostan participated in the meeting in the video conference format.
Aleksandr Avdeiko said that the work of the legal service was especially important today when drug control and migration divisions were being created within the Ministry. He noted that the enhancement of the legal framework was a continuous process requiring a committed, attentive and creative approach and that lawyers’ professional qualifications were especially important for that.
The Chief of the Treaty and Law Department of the Russian MIA emphasized the scale of claim-related work carried out by the Russian MIA, including for protecting the Ministry’s reputation and defending approved staff and management decisions in court instances. The Russian MIA legal divisions are now monitoring law enforcement throughout Russia. Modern technical capabilities make it possible to promptly transmit proposals of lawyers from all over the country to Moscow where the analysis of effective documents and consolidation of regions’ experience are carried out.
Mikhail Zakomaldin spoke about the training of legal divisions’ specialists and about a strict professional selection in all services of the internal affairs bodies of Bashkortostan, particularly in terms of legal knowledge. Over 90 specialists currently work in the legal divisions of the republican MIA. There is more than five thousand automated workstations across the Republic, owing to which employees can promptly receive answers to any questions using the electronic base of the legislation and the Ministry’s regulations.
Aleksandr Avdeiko also congratulated employees and veterans of the legal divisions on the 70th anniversary of the Russian MIA Legal Service and presented letters of gratitude to employees of the regional legal department for proper fulfillment of their duties.