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Second part of the Project: "International experience in reforming the State Automobile Inspectorate, acceptability and alternatives for the Ukraine."

Second part of the Project: "International experience in reforming the State Automobile Inspectorate, acceptability and alternatives for the Ukraine."

Visit in the Ukraine

(5-8 JUL 2012)

During the 6-7 JUL 2012 the second part of the project "International experience in reforming the State Automobile Inspectorate, acceptability and alternatives for the Ukraine." held in the Ukraine.Representatives of MIA and NGOs of Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and Armenia participated at this part of the project. The Project initiator - Ukrainian special Board of fighting against corruption. Project partner from Georgian side - International Centre for Geopolitical Studies (ICGS).

The Georgian Delegation were represented by Tengiz Pkhaladze Chairman of International centre for geopolitical Studies, Nato Bachiashvili – Project Coordinator of the ICGS, Aleksandre Bolkvadze – Depute chief of the Patrol Police Department of MIA Georgia; Vladimer Pitskhelauri – Chief of Analyze and Coordination division of Analytic Department of MIA Georgia.

During the visitmeetings at the Parliamentary Committee of Ukraine on combating organized crime and corruption (Verkhovna Rada Ukraine), National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Department of State Automobile Inspection of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Ukraine, post of the SAI MIA and Kiev Service Agency.

Incomplete legislative base and lack of financial support and technical equipment were outlined as a main problems in Fighting against corruption in the State Automobile Inspection during the meeting.

The main event of the second day was the round table -"Georgian experience in reforming the State Automobile Inspectorate, acceptability and alternatives for the Ukraine. At the round table were discussed the results of the first visit in Tbilisi, were introduced the presentation from Georgia,  Moldova and Armenia about fighting corruption in each Countries.

In the Georgian presentation which was presented by Vladimer Pitskhelauri (MIA Georgia) were introduced the last new services, which provides Ministry of Interior for the citizens. There are: E-border crossing point in the Tbilisi International Airport; Special technical equipped autodrom, which excludes the human factor involved in the conduct of the future drivers examination (after the examination a person who has passed the examination, can see the test video describing at the web-page of MIA Georgia – www. Police.ge); The Emergency Response Center "112" – 24 hour emergency call centre, which includes – Fire Brigade Service, Patrol Police Service and Medical- Emergency Center Service and receives calls from all over Georgia via united emergency number – 112.

In the presentations of  representative of Moldova Republic Victor Kolin mentioned, that in 2012 Border Police Department became the part of the MIA Moldova. Has been developed a new national strategy fight against corruption. On October 2012 will have been established National Centre for fighting against corruption under of the Parliament of Moldova.

Armenian Expert of Police Tigran Eranosian  during his presentation noted that Armenia also has a Action Plan of fighting against corruption 2009-2012 and Police reform Programm 2010-2012; but it is not enough for the significant result in combating corruption. Obscure articles in the Administrative Code, Problems in financial support and technical equipment are the main problems on the way of combating corruption in Armenia nowadays.

At the end of the discussion participants stressed, that was very important to exchange the experience in fighting against corruption. Of course in this case Georgia overruns all neighbor countries and those reforms may be carried out in the Ukraine and other counties. Important decision of the meeting was the initiative to conduct a more close relationship by workout joint activities and projects between Agencies of Ministries of Internal Affairs and NGOs which are working on anticorruption issues. In opinion of  participants, it will be the most effective way in combating corruption in our societies.

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