Georgia will discuss free trade with the EU
The talks Georgia - European Union will be held in the Georgian capital, September 22 this year. As reported by the "GHN", this information was announced today to journalists by the Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze at a briefing. She recalled that the talks between Georgia and the EU representatives are being held twice a year.
"Within the meeting special attention will be focused on neighborhood policy, as well as the Eastern Partnership initiative and association agreement" - explained Kalandadze.
She added that the Georgian side during the meeting, among other things, intends to discuss issues of possible free trade agreement with the EU.