Mihran Poghosyan — the Chief Compulsory Enforcement Officer of the Republic of Armenia, Major-General of Justice — received the delegation of the Chamber of Judicial Officers and Trustees in Bankruptcy of Estonia lead by Andres Hermet, the Chairman of the Chamber. The delegation is in Armenia within the framework of the second International Scientific-Practical Conference organised by the Compulsory Enforcement Service.
The scope of interests of the Estonian partners included both the practical activities of the Service and the legislative regulations serving as a basis for it. The delegation — accompanied by the Chief Compulsory Enforcement Officer of the Republic of Armenia — visited the Service getting acquainted with the auction organising and property realisation mechanisms, as well as with the Armenian experience in the field of information technology investment. The representatives of the delegation also visited the “Fairy House” building intended for organising meetings with children under the enforcement proceedings and got acquainted with the established conditions.
During the meeting Mihran Poghosyan mentioned, that the Compulsory Enforcement Service of the Republic of Armenia was interested in the Estonian experience in the field of use of information technologies, as Estonia had made a considerable progress in this regard.
Andres Hermet, in his turn, informed that the Chamber of Judicial Officers and Trustees in Bankruptcy of Estonia, co-operating with relevant EU institutions, had developed a new project system ensuring the joint activities of compulsory enforcement officers, the debtor, the claimant and other institutions and was going to operate it. Mihran Poghosyan got interested in this new solution and mentioned that raising the effectiveness of work with the use of information technologies was superior for the Compulsory Enforcement Service of Armenia.
The head of the Estonian delegation assured, that he was willing to introduce the project to the employees of the Compulsory Enforcement Service and to share the experience of developing and investing it. The pilot version of the Project shall start on 15 November of this year, and the final version — in March 2015.
The parties came to an agreement to make mutual visits and work discussions active in compulsory partner institutions of both countries in order to study the experience in the field of information technology use. For this purpose, Andres Hermet invited Mihran Poghosyan to Estonia.
Andres Hermet — the Chairman of the Chamber of Judicial Officers and Trustees in Bankruptcy of Estonia — gave Mihran Poghosyan a souvenir, which would find its unique place in the Museum of the Service. Later, the members of the delegation visited the Museum of the Service, then, as a sign of friendship, Andres Hermet — the Chairman of the Chamber of Judicial Officers and Trustees in Bankruptcy of Estonia — planted a fir tree at the Park of Friendship of the Service.
Let us not forget, that the Compulsory Enforcement Service of the Republic of Armenia and the Chamber of Judicial Officers and Trustees in Bankruptcy of Estonia have signed a Memorandum of Mutual Understanding on 16 May 2013. The Memorandum has provided basis for co-operation between the parties and, today, the joint activities to be carried out are being enshrined.