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A delegation from the Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs of Mongolia visited Georgia from 4 to 7 March 2024 with the aim of exploring and exchanging experiences on various aspects, including the structural organization of the National Bureau of Enforcement of Georgia, enforcement procedures, electronic services, and the incorporation of mediation in legal proceedings.

During a working session at the National Bureau of Enforcement of Georgia, discussions revolved around effective mechanisms for enforcing court decisions and the legislative dimensions of enforcement activities. The Mongolian delegation expressed particular interest in Georgia’s electronic program for enforcement proceedings, electronic auctions, and the overall digital services integrated into the enforcement process. The guests also toured consultation spaces for citizens and service areas specifically designed for individuals with special needs.

Solongoo Bayarsaikhan, Deputy Minister of Justice and Home Affairs of Mongolia highlighted Georgia’s achievements and successful reforms in enforcing court decisions and safeguarding the interests of parties involved in the enforcement process.

Organized by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the study visit included the participation of Marc Schmitz and Jos Uitdehaag, respectively President and First Vice President of the UIHJ. According to assessments from the UIHJ and EBRD, Georgia’s experience in this field serves as a notable example of implementing institutional and legal reforms.

The meeting was attended by Mirian Kharabadze, Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement of Georgia, along with deputy chairmen and department heads. As part of the study visit, the Mongolian delegation also visited the Ministry of Justice of Georgia, where they were introduced to Deputy Ministers Erekle Ghvinianidze and Beka Dzamashvili.

The delegation members received an informational tour of the Public Service Hall (PSH) to understand its operational procedures and gain insights into the Tbilisi PSH concept and the innovative Georgian model for providing public services. Additionally, they were briefed on the extensive array of up to 500 services available to PSH clients in 118 branches and mobile PSHs across Georgia.

During the visit, the Mongolian delegation also held meetings at the High Council of Justice of Georgia, the Training Center of Justice of Georgia, as well as with representatives of the Banking Association of Georgia.