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Government of Georgia welcomes EU report2013-03-22 12:38
The government of Georgia welcomes the EU report referring to the country's progress in the implementation of the Action Plan of the European Neighborhood Policy, the Tbilisi Week reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The Georgian authorities welcome the latest report of the European Commission on the progress in the framework of the European Neighborhood Policy. It highlights the deepening of relations between Georgia and the EU, large-scale reforms and efforts designed to defuse tensions in the Caucasus after the change of power. The EU report gives grounds for optimism", said in a statement by the government of Georgia, released on Thursday, March 21.
In turn, the chairman of the parliamentary committee on European integration Victor Dolidze said that Georgia was actively following the recommendations related to democratic reform.
As recalled by the News-Georgia, the report on the implementation of the Action Plan of the European Neighborhood Policy in 2012 was presented by the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton in Brussels. A part of the report, relating Georgia, was presented on Thursday, 21 March, in Tbilisi.
In the report, commending the work of the new government of Georgia, the European Union notes the positive signs in terms of policy of involvement in relation of the Georgian territories - Abkhazia and South Ossetia.