March 7, 2024, a delegation from the Agency for Prevention of Corruption in Kosovo, led by Director Yll Buleshkaj, embarked on a study visit to Slovenia. The delegation engaged in fruitful discussions and exchanges of experiences with the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption (CPC) in Ljubljana, aiming to enhance cooperation and share best practices in the prevention and fight against corruption.

The day’s agenda began with a warm welcome from CPC Chief Commissioner, Robert Šumi, followed by a concise introduction to the CPC’s role. Subsequent sessions delved into various aspects of corruption prevention, including the CPC’s reporting mechanisms to Parliament, the design and oversight of Slovenia’s Anti-Corruption Resolution, and the development and monitoring of Integrity Plans.

The presentations were skillfully conducted by Ms. Vita Habjan Barborič, Head of the Corruption Prevention Bureau at the CPC. The insights shared during the study visit provided valuable perspectives on successful anti-corruption strategies and mechanisms.

The visit concluded with a summary of key takeaways, reinforcing the commitment of both agencies to ongoing collaboration and the exchange of knowledge in the relentless pursuit of corruption prevention. This initiative marks a significant step towards fostering international partnerships to strengthen anti-corruption efforts and uphold integrity in the public sector.

This visit is supported from the OSCE Mission in Kosovo.