The Seventh Panel Meeting on Public Administration Reform in the Framework of the “Eastern Partnership” Multilateral Cooperation

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The seventh panel meeting on "Public Administration Reform" was held in the framework of the "Eastern Partnership" multilateral cooperation Platform I "Democracy, Good Governance and Stability". The panel was jointly organized by the Civil Service Bureau of Georgia and the Office of the State Minister on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.

The panel meeting was attended by state representatives of the members of the "Eastern Partnership:" Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, and the Delegation of the European Union to Georgia, as well as representatives from other EU member states.

The meeting focused on the implementation of the action plan of the "Public Administration Reform" panel. The Georgian side delivered a presentation on the ongoing civil service reform in Georgia, which aims to create effective and transparent state institutions within the country. A presentation given by the head of the Civil Service Bureau, Catherine Kardava, addressed the ongoing activities of the civil service reform, which aims to create effective and transparent state mechanisms.

The Eastern Partnership (EaP) is a joint initiative of the EU and Eastern European partner countries, aimed at enhancing the cooperation and exchanging experience between all sides. The "Eastern Partnership" creates additional opportunities for the further integration of Georgia into the European Union, in addition to enhancing the political dialogue between involved parties.