Georgia, Tbilisi, May 25 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Anti-corruption reform and party financing transparency in Georgia was considered recently by the Council of Europe.
"The reforms were positively evaluated," Georgian Permanent Representative to the Council of Europe Mamuka Zhgenti said. "They were held in Georgia to improve anti-corruption legislation and really use it in practice. This is great success."
The Council of Europe developed a document reflecting the recommendations and action plan.