YEREVAN, May 21. /ARKA/. Later this year Armenia will sign an agreement with the European Union on 30 million euro financing for the implementation of judicial reforms, the government press office reported.
It said the new was announced by Minister of Justice Rustam Badasyan when he spoke at a meeting that was convened to look into the performance of public administration bodies in 2019.
According to the minister, the package of the new budget support program for judicial reforms has been agreed upon with the European Union.
Badasyan also noted that an agreement was reached with the World Bank on the development of an electronic notary platform for electronic ratification of financial agreements. The total amount of the financing is 20 million drams (about $41 thousand)
An agreement was also reached on the modernization of the electronic systems of the Judicial Enforcement Service. The total amount of financing is 80 million drams (about $166 thousand).
According to Badasyan, international donor organizations were familiarized with digital processing programs for the technical description of electronic system modernization and archiving of the Agency for the State Register of Legal Entities of the Ministry of Justice.