Removing the obstacles to the non-enforcement of domestic court judgments
The Council of Europe Office in Belgrade, in cooperation with the Department for the Execution of Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights, has started implementing a new regional project “Removing the obstacles to the non-enforcement of domestic court judgments / Ensuring an effective implementation of domestic court judgments”. The project includes Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia and Ukraine and will last for 24 months. The project eneded in 2011.
Operational partners of the project will be Government agent offices, Finance and Justice Ministries, as well as Supreme Courts, judges and bailiffs. The aim of the project is to improve the execution of the judgements by the European Court of Human Rights in above mentioned CoE memebr states by assisting these states in putting in place effective norms and procedures for a better enforcement of national court decisions.