Razhden Kuprashvili, the Head of the Anti-Corruption Bureau, recently held a meeting with Ketevan Tsikhelashvili, the Georgian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in Austria.
During the meeting, Mr. Kuprashvili extended congratulations to Ms. Tsikhelashvili on two counts: firstly, for her success in future endeavors and secondly, for her recent appointment as vice-president of the 12th session of the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) Assembly.
The IACA, established in 2010 in Vienna, is dedicated to enhancing global anti-corruption efforts. Its primary aim is to increase awareness and understanding of corruption issues, offering specialized training and educational programs to both public and private sectors.
The meeting provided an opportunity for both parties to discuss potential areas for future collaboration. They highlighted the significant role both the IACA and the Anti-Corruption Bureau can play in sharing international experiences and developing effective training models in the fight against corruption.
Tamta Kachkachishvili, the First Deputy Head of the Anti-Corruption Bureau, was also present at the meeting.