Russian and Dutch Audit Chiefs Sign Renewed Cooperation Agreement
Tatyana Golikova, Chairwoman of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation, met Saskia J. Stuiveling, President of the Algemene Rekenkamer (the Netherlands Court of Audit) and EUROSAI, to discuss topical issues and new challenges facing audit industry, and also to sign a renewed cooperation agreement between the supreme audit institutions of the two countries.
In her welcoming speech Golikova thanked the Dutch delegation for visiting Moscow and voiced conviction that the two countries’ bilateral meetings, both multilateral and in the EUROSAI and INTOSAI format, would promote effective audit cooperation and exchange of experience on the topics of mutual interest.
INTOSAI International Standards Are a Priority in the Work of the Accounts Chamber – Tatyana Golikova
International INTOSAI standards are among the main priorities in the work of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation. This was stated by Tatyana Golikova, Chairwoman of the Russian control body, who spoke at the 2nd International Joint Conference of Supreme Audit Institution of the Asian and European regions ASOSAI-EUROSAI, which has opened in Moscow and is dedicated to the following subject: The Experience in Implementation and the Possibility of Further Application of Standards of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI).
About 100 delegates have arrived to Russian capital to take part in the conference, including the heads and representatives of 4 international audit organizations and supreme audit institutions (SAIs) from 21 countries, including Austria, Brazil, Bangladesh, India, Spain, China, Korea, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Turkey, Japan, etc.Read more
The 47th Meeting of the ASOSAI Governing Board Was Held in the Accounts Chamber
The 47th meeting of the Governing Board of the Asian Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (ASOSAI)*was held in the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation. The heads and representatives of Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) of Bangladesh, Brunei, India, China, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Turkey, the Philippines and Japan arrived to the capital of Russia to take part in the meeting.
Speaking at the opening of the Governing Board meeting, the Head of the Supreme Audit Institution of Russian Tatyana Golikova noted that the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation, which is a member of the Governing Boards of the International, European and Asian international audit institutions, sets a high value on the issues of regional international cooperation between SAIs, both on a bilateral and multilateral basis. “The availability of a smooth-running system of experience exchange, efficient platforms to discuss important issues in the area of public-sector audit and carrying out joint and parallel control activities – all these aspects are important tools in the process of improving the effectiveness and quality of our work”, she said.Read more