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EU: Georgia complies with obligations to Brussels2010-05-13 11:35
In the view of Per Eklund, the EU delegation to Georgia leader, in the framework of European Neighbourhood Policy plan the republic reached some progress in complying with obligations - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In this way Georgia is getting closer to the EU, and the process continues, he said. Eklund noted success in improvement of crime situation, business climate and criminal legislation.
Neverhteless, Eklund believes Georgia must keep working to complete the second wave of democracy successfully. It concerns the improvement in mass media sphere, overcoming poverty and revival of agriculture.
He promised the EU will continue rendering aid to Georgia in 2011-2013, and will allocate USD 180 mln.
In the course of the ENP Tbilisi must conduct democratic reforms, the EU monitors them.