Russia's justice minister Yuri Chaika proposes to set up a European agency, similar to the Interpol, to search for debtors and their property. Yuri Chaika voiced his proposal at the 24th conference of European justice ministers in Moscow. The minister suggested that interaction between the European countries be expanded as regards legal assistance and execution of court rulings on civil and arbitration cases. In this connection, he deems it necessary to urge as many European countries as possible to join the multilateral treaties concluded within the Council of Europe. The drafting of the European standards in the final process will require a European Code of the proceedings to heed the European experience and the provisions of corresponding international conventions, said Yuri Chaika. He also proposed to develop a European Code of bailiffs duties and contemplate creation of an international bailiff training center to operate on a regular basis.
Bodies of military personnel with American and Polish chevrons on uniforms were found in Avdiivka, adviser to the head of the Donetsk People's Republic said