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Europe Day is coming to Akhaltsikhe, Batumi and Marneuli.

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The European Union is holding a seminar on 19-20 September in Tbilisi to discuss labour standards and working conditions in Georgia.

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From 17 to 21 September National Food Agency will host the 28th Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Europe. 120 representatives of OIE 53 member countries and international organizations will participate in the event.

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The 7th meeting of the EU-Georgia Parliamentary Association Committee will take place in Tbilisi 18-19 September.

The European Parliament will be represented by Co-Chairman Mr Sajjad Karim, and members Mrs Clare Moody, and Mrs Heidi Hautala. 

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The governments of Azerbaijan and Georgia, together with the European Union (EU) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), summarized their joint project at the Red Bridge Border Crossing Point. The project assisted both countries to raise standards of sanitary, veterinary and phytosanitary border control, improve border management infrastructure and equipment, and enhance institutional capacities of border management agencies.

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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.

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The EU marks ten years since the conflict between Russia and Georgia and expresses its unwavering commitment to a peaceful resolution of the conflict in Georgia. The EU reiterates its firm support for Georgia’s sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders.

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The "20 Deliverables for 2020" pursue achieving tangible results for citizens across the Eastern Partnership countries. In line with the Joint Declaration of the 2017 Eastern Partnership Summit, civil society participation is meant to advance economic and social development towards reinforced societal resilience. The EaP deliverables recognise the direct link between the quality of sector reform dialogue and increased technical expertise, advocacy skills and stronger leadership of civil society organisations (CSOs) in partner countries.

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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.

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