Mr. Oleg Slizhevsky, the Minister of Justice of Belarus visited the National Bureau of Enforcement together with the delegation.Mr. Ioseb Baghaturia, the Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement hosted the Minister. Mr. Alexander Tabatadze, the Deputy Minister of Justice of Georgia attended the meeting.
According to the results of the large-scale survey conducted by the company IPM, 69 percent of respondents believe that the National Bureau of Enforcement is evolving and changing for the better.The results of the survey revealed, that 69 percent of respondents are satisfied with development of the National Bureau of Enforcement. They believe that the agency is changing for the better.
The results of the survey conducted by the company IPM concerning the activities of the National Bureau of Enforcement reveals that according to the opinion of 64 percent of the respondents, the services of the Bureau have become more available and paperwork - more transparent.
According to the results of the survey conducted regarding the attitude of the citizens towards the activities of the National Bureau of Enforcement and the office, 74 percent of the respondents trust the National Bureau of Enforcement and believe that the Bureau fulfills the imposed obligations in full compliance with the law.
The employees of the National Bureau of Enforcement took part in the Easter charity event. Within the scope of the 4-day event, organized by "Social Protection League" and the Patriarchate of Georgia, the employees of the National Bureau of Enforcement brought dozens of Easter cakes and eggs to the foundation. The gifts donated to the foundation during the Easter charity event were afterwards delivered to poor and homeless people. The gifts were also distributed among the children's homes and the nursing homes.
The participants of the 5-day training organized by the National Bureau of Enforcement and the European Law Students Association (ELSA) - Georgia were awarded with the certificates.20 students of the faculty of law from different universities of Georgia passed a general course on the theoretical and practical aspects of enforcement law on April 18-22.
In January, February and March, 2016, the Summary Proceedings Service received 4 569 applications regarding payment of debts. Number of applications received during this period is significantly higher compared to the same period of the previous years.
The Case Management and Information Service of the National Bureau of Enforcement published the statistics of consultation rendered to the citizens in the first quarter of 2016. In January, February and March, 2016, the National Bureau of Enforcement provided various consultations to 44 453 citizens, including: