Slovakia and Slovenia sign document on ties in public administration

During a visit to Slovenia on Tuesday, November 16, Slovak Interior Minister Daniel Lipšic signed a memorandum of understanding with Slovenian Minister for Public Administration Irma Krebs concerning co-operation between the two countries in the area of public administration, Lucia Garajová from the Slovak ministry told the TASR newswire later in the day.

During a visit to Slovenia on Tuesday, November 16, Slovak Interior Minister Daniel Lipšic signed a memorandum of understanding with Slovenian Minister for Public Administration Irma Krebs concerning co-operation between the two countries in the area of public administration, Lucia Garajová from the Slovak ministry told the TASR newswire later in the day.

The document is designed to bolster public administration ties between Slovakia and Slovenia, with particular emphasis being placed on expert workshops, seminars, study placements and provision of consulting services in, among others, the area of EU funds. The co-operation will also concern government innovation and public administration development, facilitation of administrative proceedings, e-government and training of civil servants.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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