On October 29-31, the Moldovan delegation consisting of the representative of the Service and the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office attended the 10th Plenary Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Council of Europe Convention on Money Laundering, Seizure and Confiscation of Illicit Income and Financing the terrorism that took place in the city. Strasbourg, France. At the plenary session, decisions and reports were adopted as well as welcomed the ratification of the Convention by Denmark. The final decisions adopted at the COP Plenary Session were as follows: - The revised COP report on the progress of the Transnational Action Plan on Organized Crime (2016-2020), objectives (C198-COP (2018) 2) was adopted; The thematic transversal monitoring reports of Article 11 , 25 (2) and 25 (2) (3)of the Convention was discussed and adopted and the cross-monitoring thematic report on of the Convention. The draft progress report of Belgium and Malta was examined. The COP members took note of Poland's progress made in implementing the Convention provision. Several States Parties have been updated on developments in reservations made in 2009 in connection with several provisions of the Convention and encouraged States Parties to reconsider the need for reservations made to withdraw them. Has taken note of the various cases of practical implementation of the Convention and encouraged all States Parties to continue to inform the COP Plenary on the experiences in the field regarding the implementation of the Convention. It should be noted that the members of the COP Bureau were elected for a two-year term by direct vote of the Member States. Thus, the head of the Moldovan delegation was elected in the first round of elections with the majority vote, and the head of the delegation Montenegro and the head of the delegation of Greece in the second round of the open elections.