Valuable experience worth emulating
Belarus keen to follow Georgian experience in property registration, notes Director General of National Cadastral Agency of Belarus, Andrei Filippenko
Belarus keen to follow Georgian experience in property registration, notes Director General of National Cadastral Agency of Belarus, Andrei Filippenko, on meeting representatives from the National Agency of Public Registry at Georgian Justice Ministry.
“Belarus is interested in the Georgian approach towards personal identification, inter-departmental interaction and integration of services,” notes Mr. Filippenko. Georgia has also announced its interest in learning from Belarusian experience in the sphere of state information resources. “Belarus and Georgia have similar start-up conditions, which makes experience sharing interesting and useful,” stresses the Chairman of the National Agency of Public Registry, Papuna Ugrekhelidze.
The visit by representatives of the National Agency of Public Registry at the Georgian Justice Ministry to Belarus lasted six days. In particular, our Georgian colleagues presented a pilot project to create a system of mass property registration and cadastre assessment, using the Brest Region’s Kobrin District and Minsk’s Sovetsky District as an example. Georgia is a leader in the World Bank’s Doing Business rating for ‘Property Registration’ while Belarus is ranked third.