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The representatives of Eastern Partnership countries of Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine have met to discuss emerging regional trends, and common and country-specific challenges in tackling corruption risks in public procurement. A new structure for institutional cooperation between the Eastern Partnership countries and the EU Member States has been set up and focuses on the efficient delivery of reforms that bring real results to citizens. “The core elements of the renewed structure, the platforms and panels, are now aligned with the four priorities of the Eastern Partnership: Stronger governance, stronger economy, stronger connectivity and stronger society. The work of the platforms and panels is guided by the ministers through senior officials.” More information can be found on Council of Europe and

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