Georgia and the EU

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Zalkaliani on Georgia’s integration into NATO and EU

Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani said that in the outgoing year, the country took a number of important steps towards the integration into NATO and the European Union. According to the minister, in the coming year, the …

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EU deports 411 Georgians in four months

The European Union member states deported 411 Georgian citizens between August and November of 2018, the Georgian Interior Ministry reported. A total of 152 people were deported from Germany, 74 people - from Austria and 70 …

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Denmark lists Georgia as safe country

Denmark's Immigration Service, the national police and Refugee Council have put Georgia on the list of safe countries, the Georgian Foreign Ministry reported. Due to being put on the list of safe countries, the Danish side will …

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EU to provide 231 million euro support for Georgia

The Georgian delegation headed by Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze has left for Brussels today to hold a meeting with the EU officials, including President of the European Commission Jean Claude Juncker. …

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Johannes Hahn: Georgia is key strategic partner of EU

European Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn says Georgia is our key strategic partner in terms of the implementation of the DCFTA and the Association Agreement, Georgia Today …

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Georgia to receive €45 million assistance package from EU

The European Commission has signed a memorandum of understanding with Georgia for macro-financial assistance (MFA) of up to €45 million to help Georgia cover part of its external financing needs and support economic reforms, the European …

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Bakhtadze to meet Tusk today

Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze will meet President of the European Council Donald Tusk in Brussels today. Yesterday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has …

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Almost half of Georgians have positive image of EU

Almost 50% of Georgians have a positive image of the European Union: the highest of the countries of the Eastern Partnership, reveals an opinion poll carried out in the six Eastern Partner countries. Only 5% of Georgians have a negative …

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Georgia to receive 250 million euros for reforms

Germany plans to allocate more than 250 million euros for energy, infrastructure and communal reforms in Georgia, the country's Finance Ministry said. The framework agreement on financial cooperation between the governments of …

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Free trade deal between Georgia and EFTA comes into play

The free trade agreement between the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and Georgia came into play for Switzerland and Liechtenstein from May 1. Georgia and the EFTA states - Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland – …

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Europe threatens Georgia to abolish visa-free travel

French Ambassador to Georgia Pascal Meunier warned the citizens of the country about the possible suspension of the visa-free regime by the European Union if the number of asylum seekers increases, the Georgian media …

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Georgia joins EU state tenders' search platform

Georgia has joined the European Union state tenders' search platform, Opendender, which launches officially today. Opentender allows the user to search and analyse tender data from 35 jurisdictions. These jurisdictions …

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Georgian Airways to start flights to 7 European cities

Georgian Airways announced that direct flights from Tbilisi to Paris, Brussels, Barcelona, Berlin​​, Bratislava, Cologne and Bologna will start from March 25, 2018. Each one of the new destinations will be operated twice weekly, except …

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