Anti-corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia - Meetings held on 29-31 March 2010


The meetings of the Anti-corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia  took place on 29–31 March 2010 at the OECD headquarters in Paris.
The meetings resulted in the following :

  • 8th Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan Meeting: discussed and adopted the second round monitoring reports on Azerbaijan and Georgia. The meeting also heard progress updates from Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Ukraine.
  • 10th ACN Steering Group meeting: discussed the ACN work plan for 2010-2011 and invited Uzbekistan to join the Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan. 
  • Expert seminar on “Asset declarations for public officials - a tool against corruption”. The seminar discussed the draft study of different national systems of asset declarations, which has been prepared in the framework of a thematic project implemented by the ACN jointly with the OECD-EU SIGMA programme.

Meeting documents

  • Final Agenda [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Monitoring Report of Georgia [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Monitoring Report of Azerbaijan [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Country Update Armenia [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Country Update Kyrgyz Republic [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Country Update Kazakhstan [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Country Update Tajikistan [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Country Update Ukraine [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Presentation of Uzbekistan at the Steering Group [RUSSIAN not yet available]
  • Education Corruption: Proposal for Sub-sector Follow-up in the ACN Region (OECD Directorate for Education, Programme for Co-operation with Non-members) [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Study “Asset declarations for public officials - a tool against corruption” – to be finalized and made available on this website soon [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]
  • Summary Record of the 10th ACN Steering Group Meeting [ENGLISH] [RUSSIAN]



OECD contact

For questions regarding the meetings, please contact either: Ms. Inese Gaika (tel.: + 33 1 45 24 13 19, email: or Ms. Dianne Fowler (tel.: + 33 1 45 24 17 19, email: from the OECD Anti-Corruption Division, Paris


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