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A round-table meeting on the follow-up to be given to GRETA’s first report and the Committee of the Parties’ recommendation on the implementation of the Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings by Georgia took place in Tbilisi on 5 December 2013.
The meeting was co-organised by the Anti-Trafficking Division of the Council of Europe and the Georgian Interagency Coordination Council for Carrying out Measures against Trafficking in Human Beings. It brought together some 35 representatives of relevant governmental bodies and non-governmental and international organisations who discussed progress made since the publication of GRETA’s report on Georgia in February 2012 and remaining challenges. The meeting will be used to identify ways in which the Council of Europe can further support Georgia in its anti-trafficking efforts.
Georgia is expected to provide information of the measures taken to implement the recommendations made by GRETA and the Committee of the Parties by 13 November 2014.
[Click here to access GRETA’s Report and the Committee of the Parties’ Recommendation on Georgia]