Regulation of «anti-money laundering» legislation in Belarus: compliance with FATF requirements
Belarus aims to comply with the FATF recommendations in the regulation of anti-money laundering issues, despite the fact that Belarus is not a member of the FATF.
Recognition and enforcement of the Polish judgments in Belarus
Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments on the commercial matters against legal entities in Belarus are not rare. If decision of the foreign court is not executed voluntary by the Belarusian debtor than one shall deal with procedure of recognition and enforcement.
According to the amendment to Recommendation 15 of the International standards on Combating money laundering and financing of terrorism & proliferation (FATF 40 recommendations), dated October 2018, the terms “virtual asset” and “virtual asset service providers” have been added to the general glossary of FATF recommendations and the “virtual asset” has become subject to anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing system of countries.
International taxation regulations
In accordance with the "Guidelines for improving the legislation of Mongolia until 2020", approved by the State Great Khural (the Parliament) on January 12, 2017, the Parliament on March 22, 2019, passed a revised version of the package of laws on Taxation.
The public emergency readiness regime in Mongolia has been extended until 06:00 May 8, 2021 under a Governmental Decree No 104, dated April 23, 2021. In connection with this, the Governor of Capital City issued an Order No A/313, dated April 25, 2021 regulating the following issues.