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Georgia gets € 18 million from the EU2012-03-01 17:07
The EU intends to allocate € 18 million to Georgia to reform Penal Code. Georgian Vice-Premier Giorgi Bazamidze signed a relevant agreement with Commissioner for the expansion of the EU Neighbourhood Policy, Stefan Fule, in Brussels.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by Apsny.ge, the EU intends to allocate € 18 million to Georgia to reform Penal Code. Georgian Vice-Premier Giorgi Bazamidze signed a relevant agreement with Commissioner for the expansion of the EU Neighbourhood Policy, Stefan Fule, in Brussels.
According to Stefan Fule, Georgia has become an example of successful reforms in the region and the EU intends to provide its support for further reform. Commissioner noted the importance of the Georgian negotiations on a comprehensive free trade area, to begin in late March, the edition reported. "This will be a new phase of our relationship", he added.
As recalled by Newsgeorgia.ru, Georgian Vice-Premier Giorgi Baramidze left for Brussels yesterday, February 29. Besides descussions on the allocations, Georgian official intends to meet with representatives of influencial NGOs.