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Georgian Business Association, House of Justice discuss new business service projects

Tbilisi: The House of Justice discussed new projects related to business service with representatives of companies members of "Georgian Business Association". New services will be designed for business sector representatives who need constant delivery of state services and increased opportunities.

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Tbilisi: The House of Justice discussed new projects related to business service with representatives of companies members of “Georgian Business Association”. New services will be designed for business sector representatives who need constant delivery of state services and increased opportunities.

The implementation of the service will further facilitate the DOJ system’s close cooperation with the business sector and simplify the process of receiving government services.

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Presentation of the service concept at the meeting continued by discussing recommendations and views of the business sector. He made a number of important recommendations, which will eventually be considered by the House of Justice when implementing the project. The meeting organized by “Georgian Business Association” was held as a result of an appeal from the Ministry of Justice.

 Deputy Minister of Justice Erekle Gvinianidze, Chairman of the House of Justice Lasha Lobjanidze, Executive Director of “Georgian Business Association” Levan Vepkhvadze and his deputy Akaki Saghirashvili discussed current issues.

Together with the member companies of Business Association of Georgia, representatives of ,,Public Service Hall” discussed new projects related to business services.New services are intended for those representatives of the business sector who are in need continuous delivery of government services and increased capabilities.

The introduction of the service will greatly promote close cooperation of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia with the business sector and will further simplify the process of receiving state services.

The presentation of the service concept continued with the discussion of future recommendations and views of the business sector. A number of important recommendations were made, which, in the end, the Public Service Hall” will take into account when implementing the project. The meeting was organized by Business Association of Georgia upon request of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia.

Erekle Ghvinianidze, Deputy Minister of Justice of Georgia, Lasha Lobjanidze, Chairman of Public Service Hall”, Levan Vepkhvadze, Executive Director of Business Association of Georgia and Akaki Saghirashvili, First Deputy Director of Business Association of Georgia discussed current issues with the representatives of business entities.

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