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LAHORE -- Auditor General of Pakistan Javaid Jahangir has said that no MoU has yet been signed with the National Accountability Bureau for mutual cooperation and discussion is underway with the NAB, however, the both institutions will cooperate whenever it is needed.

He was talking to the media after addressing an international training programme organised by the Director General Performance Audit Wing at a local hotel on Friday.

He said that audit of companies in the provinces had been completed and report was at the preparation phase which would soon be presented according to the procedure.

He said that role of the auditor general was important in the current situation and capacity of the institution was being improved for this purpose.

He said that the department was advancing from transaction audit to performance audit and the training session was organised for the capacity building of the officers.

The auditor general said that MoUs had been signed with the other countries audit institutions for experience sharing among the countries.

He said that international community appreciated the efforts made by the Audit Department of Pakistan.

He said that applications had been received from Vietnam, Iran and Turkey for organizing programmes in their countries. He said that Pakistan was organizing a joint seminar in China in the next week.

Audit officers from Nepal and Vietnam participated in the course and appreciated the efforts of the supreme audit department of Pakistan.

Later, the auditor general gave away certificates to the participants of the course.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9PAKI
Date:Mar 10, 2018
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