Head of the NAUCS Kostiantyn Vashchenko took part in the 8th meeting of the European Committee on Democracy and Governance

On December 4, 2017 the Head of the National Agency of Ukraine on Civil Service Kostiantyn Vashchenko participated in the 8th meeting of the European Committee on Democracy and Governance (CDDG) hosted in Strasbourg, the French Republic.

Decisions of the Committee of Ministers of relevance to the work of the CDDG and main achievements of realized activities of the CDDG in 2016-2017 were reviewed at the meeting.

Kostiantyn Vashchenko also discussed the terms of reference of the CDDG for 2018-2019.

During the event, Kostiantyn Vashchenko met with the Director of the Office of the Directorate General of Programmes Ms. Verena Taylor who described the areas of cooperation with Ukraine in the sphere of reforms as well as noted that the Council of Europe focused on decentralisation and electoral legislation reforms.

Moreover, the Head of the NAUCS had a discussion with the Director of Democratic Governance and Anti-discrimination Ms. Claudia Luciani on issues of cooperation projects implementing by the Council of Europe within the framework of the EU initiative “Eastern Partnership” and aimed at supporting Ukraine in reforming of electoral legislation and judiciary system as well as combating cybercrime and corruption.

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