The Central Inspectorate signed a "Memorandum of Cooperation" with the Administration for Inspection Affairs of Montenegro.
The Memorandum was signed by the Inspector General of the Central Inspectorate, Shkëlqim Hajdari and Ilir Harasani, Director of the Administration for Inspection Affairs of Montenegro. This is the third cooperation agreement, after the one with the Inspectorate of Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia.
"Our successful experience, to conduct inspections with strict legal procedures, online, has gained interest and is being implemented not only in the Balkans, but also beyond. The formalization of the economy, the fight against corruption, the reduction of the administrative burden for business is a commitment of the Central Inspectorate for which we have been praised by international organizations such as OECD, IGA, Sigma, USAID, GIZ, etc. ", emphasizes Hajdari.
"It is an assessment for us that Ilir Harasani, Director of the Administration for Inspection Affairs of Montenegro, undertook this commitment, today in Tirana, with the signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation between the two counterpart institutions", he underlines.
This cooperation, stated Hajdari, aims to promote the exchange of information regarding experiences in regulating inspections in state and local inspectorates.