PMCG is today holding seminars in Minsk, Belarus to share Georgia’s successful experience in reforms. The initiative is being implemented with the financial support of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, while our partner organization in Belarus – Belarusian Economic Research and Outreach Center (BEROC) – assisted with the organizing process.
The seminars will take place over three days and will cover Business Registration, Civil Registry, Construction Licensing and Permitting, Customs and Tax Reform as well as the reform of the Ministry of Finance, Electronic Auctions, Service Agency by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Everyone Sees Everything – State Procurement Reforms.
Our experts who were directly involved in the process of planning and implementing these reforms will discuss real cases while the results, planning stages and the problems causing the need for the reforms will also be covered.
Officials from the government, policy makers, civil society and international organizations such as USAID, UNDP, IMF, IFC, European Commission in Belarus, The World Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and representatives of other funds are attending the seminar.
“We would like to introduce the successful Georgian reforms to our Belarusian counterparts that together with the simple and transparent means of technical solutions will ultimately make citizens’ lives easier”, explains Zaza Broladze, Deputy CEO at PMCG.