Freedom of Information Center of Armenia.

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OGP Armenia

The Republic of Armenia became a member of OGP in September 2011. Joining the initiative Republic of Armenia expressed its willingness to ensure transparency and accountability in the sphere of public governance and delivery of public services. The Republic of Armenia became a member of OGP in September 2011. Joining the initiative Republic of Armenia expressed its willingness to ensure transparency and accountability in the sphere of public governance and delivery of public services. Freedom of Information Center of Armenia (FOICA) is a pioneer in fostering Open Government Partnership objectives in Armenia by setting up a productive dialogue and cooperation between the Government and civil society. FOICA plays an active role in the development of the OGP Armenia Action Plan, implementation and monitoring of the implementation process against the commitments. Under 27 January, 2012 50-Ա decision of the RA Prime Minister about “Creating a workgroup in order to elaborate the Action Plan for Armenia’s participation in the OGP”, the FOICA was included in the working group.
The official website of the OGP-Armenia is www.ogp.am

19.04.2012 - Armenia presented the country’s action plan in Brazil under Open Government Partnership.

The annual meeting of the Open Government Partnership drew 800 representatives and about 200 NGOs from 60 member countries. U.S. State Secretary Hillary Clinton, Georgian Prime Minister Nika Gelauri, President of Tanzania Jakaya Kikwete, and President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff made remarks presenting the key issues of this large scale initiative and further actions to be taken.

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