The European Union (EU) through its Financial and Technical Cooperation supports Georgia's ambitious reform agenda. More than 100 projects are currently being carried out in Georgia. On 18 July 2014, Georgia signed a Memorandum of Understanding fixing the priorities for EU cooperation for the period of 2014-2017 with an indicative financial allocation in the range of €335–410 million.
EU assistance focuses on the support of the following sectors: Justice, Freedom and Security; Human Rights, Democratization and Civil Society; Conflict Resolution; Economy, Trade and Public Finance Management;Infrastructure, Environment and Rural Development; Education, Health and Social Development. EU funding for projects in Georgia is provided in the form of grants, contracts and increasingly budget support
Examples of benefits of closer cooperation