On November 12, CDA Moore met with the Head of the Investigative Committee, Ivan Noskevich, to discuss anti-drug, TIP, and cybersecurity issues. CDA More confirmed that anti-trafficking programs, protection and assistance for victims, and prosecution of traffickers are among USG foreign policy priorities. After the official meeting CDA Moore delivered remarks at the final seminar of the NGO “Business Women’s Club”, held to wrap up their year-long Embassy Small Grants supported project “Holding of Joint Activities Together with Investigative Committee of Belarus Aimed at Improvement of the Procedure of the Access of Children Suffering from Sexual Abuse and Pedophilia, to a Child Friendly Environment in Criminal Proceedings”. The project, done in cooperation with the Investigative Committee of Belarus, analyzed the effectiveness of existing child-friendly interview rooms and conducted a series of informational events across the country. CDA Moore welcomed the cross-border and cross-sector partnership on the issue as well as broader information sharing in the fight against sexual abuse of children.