At the initiative of the Parliament of Georgia, a Memorandum of Cooperation (MOC) (available in Georgian) has been concluded today between the Staff of the Parliament of Georgia, the Center for Electoral Systems Development, Reforms, and Training and ten state universities. The aim of the MOC is the cooperation among parties around the current topics of shared interests through the implementation of joint teaching-educational projects, resource sharing and contributing to training highly competent cadre.
The Head of the Staff of the Parliament of Georgia addressed the guests and spoke about the importance of the MOC. He underscored that, the MOC is unprecedented, given its format and substance, and it will contribute to introducing the standards that are vitally necessary for day-to-day activities of state bodies and enhancing the level of professionalism. “with today’s MOC, we are starting a new stage of relations and I am happy that presented universities will start close communication with not only the Parliament, but also with one another and I believe that all this will be beneficial for the Parliament s well as our country in general”, - Givi Mikanadze stated.
Tata Omiadze, Head of the Training Center, made presentation about the Parliament of Georgia Training Center activities and development. Following conclusion of the MOC, the guests took the tour of the Training Center and got acquainted with the specificity of its work.
The MOC was signed by the representatives of the Center for Electoral Systems Development, Reforms, and Training, the Office of the Public Defender of Georgia, the Foreign Ministry of Georgia Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training and Research Institute, the Academy of the Ministry of Interior of Georgia, David Aghmashenebeli Georgia National Defense Academy, Penitentiary and Probation Training Center, the Training Center of Justice of Georgia, the Academy of the Ministry of Finance, Zurab Zhvania School of Public Administration and the Georgian Academy of Agricultural Sciences.