“The Ministry of Justice’s actions are aimed at positive results and European partners’ assistance is very important for us. We have 2 important tasks before us: combating corruption and facilitation, as well as improvement of public services”, - emphasized the Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine Gia Getsadze, during a meeting with the Deputy Minister of the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection of Germany Stefanie Hubig.
During the Meeting matters have been discussed such as: cooperation; justice reforms in Ukraine, particularly, in the judiciary and prosecution; constitutional reform; combating corruption; lustration; execution of the Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction in bilateral cases (Jung’s and Mertense’s cases); and Germany’s support in reforming the justice sector in Ukraine.
Gia Getsadze pointed out that the Ministry of Justice reboots its employees by implementing the new personnel reform. This means that European assistance in the form of exchanging experience and training is extremely important.
We can say for sure that recently there has been a lot done in Ukraine. Especially this concerns anti-corruption legislation sector, and it is an interesting experience for us. It is important to make changes is the judicial system, to change people’s consciousness in order for them not to offer money for judicial decisions”, - stated Stefanie Hubig, Deputy Minister of the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection of Germany.
Parties agreed to actualize cooperation and to promote mutual collaboration.