Georgia, EU discuss financial assistance for 2021-2027
Georgia, EU discuss financial assistance for 2021-2027

Georgian Foreign Ministry (MFA) kicked off three-day talks with the European Union on the EU Multiannual Financial Framework priorities for 2021-2027.

Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Vakhtang Makharoblishvili and EU Ambassador to Georgia, Carl Hartzell participated in the opening meeting on February 9, MFA reported on Wednesday.

2021-2027 long-term EU budget will finance several projects and programs in several areas such as Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas (DCFTA), business promotion, agriculture, rule of law, community involvement and democracy, transport, youth, telecommunications, digital Europe, education and training, regional development, etc.

In a bid to support Georgia’s reforms on its path to EU integration, the European Union disbursed 750 million euros in 2014-2020, MFA added.

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