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Georgia has signed two agreements with the EU2012-10-10 11:29
Georgian State Minister for European Integration Tornike Gordadze has signed two financial agreements in the framework of cooperation between the EU and Georgia, provided by the Action Plan of 2011, the Rosbalt reported. The total budget of the agreements amounts 23 million euros.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Gordadze has signed two documents: Sector Policy Support Programme "in order to support forcedly displaced persons and host communities" at 19 million euros and the Programme for the peaceful settlement at 4 million euros.
Sector Policy Support Program aims at ensuring refugees the housing and long-term project to overcome poverty.
Programme for the peaceful settlement provides the measures to restore the confidence of the population affected by the conflict, to improve basic infrastructure and housing.
Recall, yesterday the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania and Romania have called on the Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and the leader of the "Georgian Dream" Bidzina Ivanishvili to adhere the path of the Euro-Atlantic integration.
"It is important that the Georgian government would not spare the energy to achieve this goal. We assure that our countries once again support Georgia in achieving its legitimate desire to integrate into the Euro-Atlantic space", said in a letter of the Foreign Ministers.