Georgia and the EU

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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 …

 EU acknowledges Georgia’s reforms, offers 140m lari

The European Union is offering 140 million lari (€48.1m) to Georgia in support of reforms, the Delegation of the EU to Georgia said. The EU has transferred this non-reimbursable aid to Georgia in acknowledgement of commonly agreed …

Georgia sums up outgoing year

Georgia's Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili hosted diplomatic corps and representatives of international organisations at the joint New Year reception today. Speaking at the reception, he summed up the …

 EU praises Georgia as exemplary partner

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met with the President of the European Council Donald Tusk, who praised Georgia as a reliable and exemplary partner of the European Union. During the …

EU to help Georgian farmers

Up to 50 representatives of international donors, stakeholders and partners of the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia discussed the draft National Strategy for Agricultural Extension in Georgia 2018-2019, according to the website of the Food …

Europe canceling Georgia's visa-free entry

Georgia's long-awaited visa-free travel to the European Union may become the same visa regime soon, only in more veiled terms of "pre-authorization": this option is being considered by the European Parliament's Committee on …

63 Georgian citizens deported from EU

Sixty-three Georgian citizens, residing on the territory of the European Union countries without permission, were returned to Georgia last week. The process was coordinated by the European Agency for the Management of Operational …

European Commission to give Georgia €45 mln

The European Commission has proposed up to €45 million in new Macro-Financial Assistance (MFA) to Georgia to help it cover part of its external financing needs, the press release said. Welcoming Georgia’s "significant …