Sunday, May 14, 2006

Regional Workshop on Land Management in Tbilisi

State Minister of Georgia delivered the keynote speech at the Regional Workshop on Land Management held in Tbilisi 11-12 May, 2006. Image: HUNAGI Visual Resources
High profile Regional Workshop on Land Management with special emphasis on institutional framework for improved land admi-nistration hosted by the Georgian Land Registry (NAPR)
More than 120 experts from 26 countries participated the largest ever international land-related event in Caucasian Countries and Central Asia held in the Georgian capital Tbilisi between 11-12 May, 2006. FIG President Prof. Holger Magel, UNECE WPLA Bureau members with Chair Peter Creuzer and representatives of 8 international donor organisations were attracted by the showcase of Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Tajikistan. Lithuania, Mongolia, Turkey were also presented. As advanced Western European approaches the improved customer service of Scotland and the Dutch On-line Kadaster were introduced.
Hosted by NAPR Chairman David Egiashvili, keynote speech of the event emphasizing the role of transparent and effective land management in the economic development context was delivered by Kakha Bendukidze, State Minister of Georgia. Leaflets on the Hungarian institutional framework in land management supervised by MoARD DLAG and the organised spatial data interest community HUNAGI was disseminated among the participants.

The opening speech of Mr. Michael J. Kunz, Associate Economic Affairs Officer of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Environment, Housing and Land Management Division in Geneva can be downloaded here:
More information on UNECE:
Photo portfolio of the event: Photo collection, Please see the last entries in the Subchapters Events, Cities, Countries, People and Sites


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