During 5-6 October a high-level mission from the Political and Security Committee (PSC) will visit Georgia. The PSC is composed of EU Member States' ambassadors based in Brussels and is a permanent structure of the Council of the European Union. The mission of the PSC is to monitor the international situation in the areas covered by the EU Common Foreign and Security Policy and to prepare the decisions of the Council of EU Ministers. The Committee plays a key role in the EU's foreign and security policy and the political dialogue.
Today, Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union will host a conference aimed at developing e-governance and enhancing cybersecurity in the EU's Eastern partner countries. This will be followed by the second Eastern Partnership Ministerial meeting on the digital economy, on 5 October 2017 and the EU's Ministerial e-Government Conference the day after.