On Wednesday, 24th April 2013, the closing conference of the EU-funded Twinning Project “Better Enforcement System Through Twinning (BESTT)” was held in Tbilisi. The duration of the project that started in September 2011 was 20 months.
Deputy Minister of Justice Mr. David Jandieri and leading representatives of
- the European Union Delegation to Georgia;
- the Project Administration Office;
- Georgian public institutions;
- the President and the board members of the International Union of Enforcement officers (UIHJ);
- other international donor organizations and NGOs
attended the conference; about eighty people in total did.
Experts of the National Bureau of Enforcement and international experts of the project jointly presented the main activities and achievements.
Some major achievements are a study book for Georgian law students and the draft of a new Enforcement Code.
With the support of the international experts, numerous trainings of enforcement agents have been conducted and new services like the Statement of Facts and Summary Proceedings were introduced and have already been frequently requested by Georgian citizens.