An EU-funded twinning programme on ‘Promoting Integrity and Preventing Corruption in the Armenian Public Sector’ has been officially launched in Armenia.
Over the next two years, the project will contribute to strengthening integrity and preventing corruption in the Armenian public sector by helping to introduce anti-corruption education, raise public awareness and promote implementation of the Anti-Corruption Strategy.
The EU-funded project is implemented by a German-Latvian consortium and the main beneficiaries are the Corruption Prevention Commission and the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia.
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