G20 Summit 2018: In a bid to deal with economic offenders such as Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and others, Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday presented a detailed 9-point agenda calling for cooperation in legal processes and streamlining the repatriation of proceeds of crime. \u201cCooperation in legal processes such as effective freezing of the proceeds of crime, early return of the offenders and efficient repatriation of the proceeds of crime should be enhanced and streamlined,\u201d the 9-point agenda shared by PM Modi on his Twitter account read. Striking at the root of economic malpractices for a better future. During the second session at G-20 Summit, which focused on international trade, financial and tax systems, I presented a 9-point programme on ways to take stringent action against fugitive economic offenders. pic.twitter.com\/IsSryMrms8 \u2014 Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 1, 2018 Among other things, India called for joint efforts by G-20 countries to form a mechanism that denies entry and safe havens to fugitive economic offenders. \u201cPrinciples of United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC), United Nations Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime (UNOTC), especially related to \u2018International Cooperation\u2019 should be fully and effectively implemented,\u201d said the report. Also read:\u00a0Reliance vs Reliance: This chart shows startling gap between Mukesh Ambani and Anil Ambani telcos In the summit, PM Modi also laid out various tasks for FATF (Financial Action Task Force). \u201cFATF should be tasked to formulate a standard definition of fugitive economic offenders. FATF should also develop a set of commonly agreed and standardized procedures related to identification, extradition and judicial proceedings for dealing with fugitive economic offenders to provide guidance and assistance to G-20 countries, subject to their domestic law,\u201d said the release. Calling upon heightened co-operation, PM Modi suggested that the G-20 forum should consider initiating work on locating properties of economic offenders who have tax debt in the country of their residence for its recovery. \u201cCommon platform should be set up for sharing experiences and best practices including successful cases of extradition, gaps in existing systems of extradition and legal assistance,\u201d the Prime Minister said.\u00a0Apart from legal cooperation, PM Modi said that a common platform should be set -up for sharing experiences and best practices including successful cases of extradition, gaps in existing systems of extradition and legal assistance.