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The European Union provides over €100 million for projects in Georgia annually, covering areas such as governance and education, water and energy, human rights and security.
Carl Hartzell was appointed Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia in September 2018.
As the EU's top diplomat in the country, Ambassador Hartzell oversees the bilateral relationship between the European Union and Georgia, and the work of the Delegation including political and economic affairs as well as cooperation.
The first Eastern Partnership European School opened today in Tbilisi, Georgia. As one of the Eastern Partnership's 20 deliverables for 2020, it will provide students from the EU’s six Eastern partner countries with an innovative academic programme while fostering multicultural exchanges and cooperation.
Three new projects are launched today in Georgia under the European Union’s EU4Youth initiative. The three projects have already started working with young Georgians to increase their employability, develop their skills and promote their active participation in society.
MPT Georgia has been producing apparel products for Danish multi-brand fashion group DK Company, a leading fashion company in Europe, for the last three years. The labels of various brands that are part of the group – Coop Denmark, Denim Hunter, B-Young, Fransa – read “Made in Georgia” in nine languages. The Danish company sells MPT Georgia-made clothing in Germany, the UK, Norway and Canada.
One would think the field located at the 2,300 meters above the sea level, at the bottom of Chaukhi pass in Juta, might be just another impressive, but monotonous sight. Beautiful views, unique nature and a peaceful atmosphere is something that we have already seen and enjoyed. So camping in similar environment may seem uninteresting. What should people do in the field for several days, surrounded only by the mountains and bare rocks, away from the settlement where horses have long been used as a means of transport?!