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The European Union (EU) has transferred GEL 140 million (EUR 48.1 million) of non-reimbursable aid to Georgia in acknowledgement of commonly agreed reform progress in 2017 in several sectors: trade and business development, vocational education and employment, agriculture, and integration of internally displaced people (IDPs). Payments were also made for Georgia's justice sector, public administration, public finance management and regional development policy. These funds are provided within the framework of EU budget support programmes ongoing with the Government.  

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ევროკავშირმა საქართველოს 140 მილიონი ლარის (48.1 მილიონი ევრო)  მოცულობის დახმარება გამოუყო გრანტის სახით, 2017 წელს რეფორმების მხრივ მიღწეული წინსვლის საერთო აღიარების საფუძველზე. რეფორმები მოიცავდა შემდეგ სფეროებს: ვაჭრობისა და ბიზნესის განვითარება, პროფესიული განათლება და დასაქმება, სოფლის მეურნეობა და იძულებით გადაადგილებულ პირთა ინტეგრაცია. დახმარება ასევე გამოიყო საქართველოს მართლმსაჯულების სფეროს, საჯარო ადმინისტრირების, საჯარო ფინანსების მართვისა და რეგიონული განვითარების პოლიტიკისათვის.

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EU Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) Chief Observer, Maria Arena, highlighted: “Election Day was calm and benefited from organisational improvements made by the National Electoral Commission (NEC). Our 74 election observers reported from over 339 observations in rural and urban areas in all counties.”

The EU Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) Chief Observer, Maria Arena, highlighted: “Election Day was calm and benefited from organisational improvements made by the National Electoral Commission (NEC). Our 74 election observers reported from over 339 observations in rural and urban areas in all counties.” 

On 26 December Liberian citizens finally proceeded to exercise their right to vote and to elect their new President. The EU Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) Chief Observer, Maria Arena, highlighted: “Election Day was calm and benefited from organisational improvements made by the National Electoral Commission (NEC). Our 74 election observers reported from over 339 observations in rural and urban areas in all counties.”

On 26 December Liberian citizens finally proceeded to exercise their right to vote and to elect their new President. The EU Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) Chief Observer, Maria Arena, highlighted: “Election Day was calm and benefited from organisational improvements made by the National Electoral Commission (NEC). Our 74 election observers reported from over 339 observations in rural and urban areas in all counties.” 

Statement by the Spokesperson on today's terrorist attack in Kabul

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