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The EU allocates Georgia 9.7 million euros2012-04-24 16:47
As reported by the NewsGeorgia, the EU will allocate Georgia 9.7 million euros for the strengthening of public institutions.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The corresponding agreement was signed today by Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia, State Minister on Integration into European and Euro-Atlantic structures Giorgi Baramidze.
Funding will be provided within the framework of the Comprehensive Institution Building (CIB), the edition reported. "Under this program, which will be implemented in 2012-2015, the EU will provide 9.7 million euros for public institutions of Georgia. This funding will help the main state agencies of Georgia in the implementation of necessary reforms for better governance and economic development, as well as expansion of relations with the EU", said in a statement.
Note also that Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia, as well as the National Agency for Food, the National Accreditation Centre of Education, National Agency for Standards, Technical Management and Meteorology, the Civil Registry Agency and the Office of Public Defender will take advantage of the CIB program.