The memorandum of understanding, signed between the EMCDDA and Georgia, provides for the: exchange of technical expertise and knowledge between the two institutions; co-sponsoring of technical meetings; and pooling of human and financial resources to launch joint programmes. The Ministry of Justice will endeavour to present to the EMCDDA an annual report on the drug situation in Georgia, while the agency will facilitate training and the exchange of experts and research findings on issues of mutual interest.

The two organisations recognise that information on the drug phenomenon is an essential and indispensable instrument for drafting and implementing drug policies and for assessing the impact of actions to reduce problems originating from drug use and trafficking.


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Contact information: 

Mr Beka Dzamashvili
Deputy Head of Public International Law Department
Ministry of Justice of Georgia