On December 17 at the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia, Ozurgeti Municipality, NGO Partnerships Ozurgeti Progress House Guria Youth Resource Center Sdgk Ngo and the National Library organized an Open Government for the Implementation of the 2018-2019 Action Plan for Georgia.
The Parties shall, within their competence, promote the introduction of innovative methods of effective governance and citizen involvement, share common practice within the OGP, jointly implement various projects, raise public awareness of the use of modern technologies, and strengthen transparent and conscientious governance.
Successful participation in the “Open Government Program” was celebrated at the National Library with a large-scale event of the Gurian Days.
The presentation of tourism products created within the framework of the EU-funded project “What happened to Guria” was held, an ethnographic corner was organized accompanied by Gurian polyphony, where wine and vodka made from unique varieties of Gurian vines were presented, wine and tea were tasted.
Guria Governor Zurab Nasaraia, Director General of the National Library Giorgi Kekelidze, Chairman of the Committee on Education, Science and Culture Mariam Jash and Mayor of Ozurgeti Konstantine Sharashenidze addressed the audience.
Nana Tavdumadze, the Head of the Sakrebulo Office, made a presentation on the successful projects implemented in the municipality, the commitments fulfilled by the OGP Action Plan and future plans.
The event was also attended by the EU Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Ambassador Vincent Ray, Chairman of the City Council Education, Culture, Sports, Youth Affairs, Health and Social Affairs Commission Lela Sajaia and representatives of various organizations.