A regional meeting of the Transparency International was held

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The representative of the Azerbaijan national chapter attended the event

On June, 2019, a regional meeting of Eastern Europe and CIS chapters of Transparency International was held in Berlin. The event was attended by representatives from 50 countries.

The national chapters and the existing situation in those countries, the principles of organization Secretariat’s work with the national chapters and the issues of improvement of the relationships have been discussed at the event

During the event, the participants also exchanged views on the protection of the person reporting corruption offenses, honesty and political corruption, and the results of the survey conducted on the Transparency International 2030 Vision Strategy.

Ramil Iskandarli, Deputy Executive Director of the Transparency Azerbaijan Anti-Corruption Public Union, which is natoional chapter of the Transparency International participated a the event. He informed about changes in Azerbaijan’s national legislation on protection of the persons reporting on corruption offenses in Azerbaijan. R. Iskandarli offered to discuss the issues of cooperation with anito-corruption agencies and particularly for the protection of the persons reporting the corruption offenses at the annual Congress of the Transparency International.

P.S. Photo of Ms. Delia Matilde Ferreira Rubio (Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Transparency International) and Ramil Iskandarli.

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