Interested countries or organizations which are involved in fighting corruption in SEE or financially participate in RAI activities but not being able to contribute financially to the RAI yearly minimum amount determined in the MoU, as well as those organizations that are only implementers of projects related to the RAI activities may participate in the Steering Group as Observers.
Currently, RAI has three Observers participating in the Steering Group:
Central Anti-Corruption Bureau of Poland (CBA). CBA was granted Observer status following their request at the 20th Steering Group Meeting held in Zagreb on May 20th 2015.
Ministry of Justice Georgia. Georgia was granted Observer Status following their request at the 24th Steering Group Meeting held in Belgrade on December 5th 2016. In 2021, by amendment to the Law of Georgia on Conflict of Interest and Corruption in Public Institutions, coordination of Georgia’s Anti-Corruption Council has been transferred from the Ministry of Justice to the Administration of the Government of Georgia, thus the coordination of Anti-Corruption policy at the national and international levels.
Commission for the Prevention of Corruption of Slovenia. Slovenia was granted Observer Status following their request at the 26th Steering Group Meeting held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on October 24th 2017.
Mr. Paweł Rutkowski
Expert Coordinator for International Cooperation
Cabinet of the Head of CBA
Central Anticorruption Bureau
Telephone: +48 22 437 22 13,
For more information on CBA please visit their website here.
Ms. Ketevan Tsanava
Head of Public Administration Division
Policy Planning and Coordination Department
Administration of the Government of Georgia
Telephone: +995 32 990 900
For more information on the Government of Georgia please visit their website here.
Mr. Gregor Pirjevec
Senior European and International Relations Advisor
Commission for the Prevention of Corruption
Telephone: +386 1 400 5716
Email: gregor.pirjevec(AT)kpk-rs.si & anti.korupcija(AT)kpk-rs.si (please use both emails)
For more information on the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption please visit their website here.