Delegation of the European Union to Georgia

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Twinning project implemented by Finnish, Polish and Latvian Government experts will work to increase trade facilitation with EU

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The European Commission and the Emergency Management Service of Georgia will sign an administrative arrangement in Tbilisi enhancing ties in civil protection and disaster risk management.

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A Strategy for development of a Georgian ICT Cluster was discussed in a workshop hosted by Georgia’s Innovation and Technology Agency (GITA) of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia at the Teck Park with the support of an EU co-financed project “SME Development and DCFTA in Georgia” implemented by GIZ.

The Cluster has been established as part of the EU-GIZ project’s business clustering initiative and will be officially registered this week as a non-entrepreneurial (non-commercial) legal entity.

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NEFCO and the Ministry of Finance of Georgia have today signed loan and E5P grant agreements aimed at financing energy efficiency measures as well as introducing renewables and alternative sources of energy supply in public buildings in Georgia. The total investment for the project is EUR 5.14 million co-financed by NEFCO, E5P and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. NEFCO acts as implementing agency.

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Innovative advisory project puts wine village of Mukhrani on the tourism map

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“With EU support I could develop and expand the family business, which was run by my parents for years”.

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Support is part of EU funded "Eastern Partnership: Ready to Trade - an EU4Business initiative" project implemented by International Trade Centre (ITC)

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On the occasion of the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, the European Union reaffirms once again its strongest commitment to prevent, condemn and eradicate all forms of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Despite the absolute prohibition of torture under international law, it continues to be practiced around the world either in isolated cases or systematically, through different forms. Torture can target everyone – men, women, and children. Torture is an inexcusable crime for which each perpetrator has to be prosecuted and brought in front of justice.

On 25 June 2018, the Council extended the mandates of six EU Special Representatives (EUSRs)

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