Norwegian Embassy supports Case Management Information Project (CMIS)

Norwegian Embassy supports Case Management Information Project (CMIS)

Pristina, 22 November 2019 – At the premises of the Palace of Justice in Pristina, the President of the Kosovo Judicial Council (KJC) and the President of the Basic Court in Pristina, Aferdita Bytyçi, received today the Norwegian Ambassador, Mr. Jens Erik Grondahl as well as other embassy representatives.

On this occasion, the President of the KJC, Mr. Skender Çoçaj, expressed gratitude for the commitment of the State of Norway to work with the judicial system in order to strengthen the law and in particular the continued support of the CMIS Project.

‘We are grateful to the Government of the Kingdom of Norway for supporting and financing the implementation of the Case Management Information Project (CMIS), which is being fully used in all courts of the country. As a result of our commitment, we have been able to implement the project very successfully, exceeding all expectations and expectations. It has not been easy at all, but thanks to the commitment of the CMIS Project staff and the various working groups on the project, all challenges have been overcome to achieve very good results’ said Çoçaj.

On the other hand, the Ambassador of the State of Norway, Mr. Jens Erik Grondahl deeply appreciated the work done on the implementation of the SMIL Project and confirmed the full support of the Norwegian Embassy and the Government of Norway in further implementation of the SMIL Project in the Kosovo judicial system.

The participants visited the Data Center in the Palace of Justice, which was financed by the Norwegian Government and assessed that this project also created the computer network infrastructure for the court interconnection with the data center in the Palace of Justice.