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The Council of SAIs Heads of the CIS Member Countries

The Council of Heads of Supreme Audit Institutions of the CIS Member States was created in 2000 and has in its structure nine countries: Republic of Armenia, Republic of Azerbaijan, Republic of Belarus, Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Moldova, Russian Federation, Republic of Tajikistan and Ukraine.

The Council is a non-political organization, being established on principles of professionalism and exchange of experience in the field of financial control/external public audit.

The Meetings of the member countries take place annually.

The Court of Accounts of the Republic of Moldova became a member of the Interstate Council of Heads of Supreme Audit Institutions of the CIS Member States in 2000.

During the period of 2 to 4 October 2014 was held " The XIV session of the Council of Heads of Supreme Audit Institutions -Members of the Community of Independent States"the host country being the Republic of Moldova, which took Presidency of the Council for a period of one year. The central theme of the session was "The efficiency of use of budgetary resources directed towards public procurement", which aimed to improve multilateral dialogue and dynamic exchange of experience between the competent organs of the participating States. An important moment in this session was the signing of bilateral agreement on cooperation between the Supreme Audit Institution of the Republic of Moldova and institutions from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Tajikistan.

The Court of Accounts, in the context of the Council of Heads of Supreme Audit Institutions of the CIS Member States, belongs to the following Working Groups:

  • Expert Group on Key National Indicators of the Council of Heads of Supreme Audit Institutions of the CIS countries;
  • Working Group on development of state financial control standards for Supreme Audit Institutions of the CIS Member States.