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CoE seeks consultants to strengthen the capacity of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine

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As clarified in the tender documents, the CoE is currently taking measures to “directly confront the consequences” of the conflict in Ukraine by “assisting” key state institutions -for example, the Prosecutor General’s Office.

One of the priorities of this “assistance” to the agency is to “strengthen its capabilities” to implement an “effective information and communication strategy.

That included opinion research on the need for a special international tribunal “for genocide and war crimes,” training for representatives of the General Prosecutor’s Office, and consultations on the communications activities of the General Prosecutor’s Office “aimed at audiences in the European Union and Britain.

So, in order to more effectively implement the work described above, the CE is looking for consultants.

“In this context, the CoE … seeks to engage a contractor to provide the office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine with consulting services in the implementation of the wartime communication strategy”, – specified in the description of the tender.

The budget, which the CoE is ready to allocate for the work of future contractors should not exceed €55,000.

Last autumn it was reported about the plans of the Council of Europe to purchase IT equipment for the Department for Investigation of War Crimes of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine.

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