Georgia is in talks with the European Union (EU) for financial assistance for the next seven years, announces the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia.
The first meeting was held on February 9 between the first Deputy Foreign Minister Vakhtang Makharoblishvili and the EU Ambassador to Georgia Carl Hartzell.
EU financial assistance will help Georgia implement projects and programmes in 2021 - 2027 which will focus on the following areas: the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA), business promotion, agriculture, industry, services, SME support, consumer protection and women’s involvement in business.
Talks on financial assistance between Georgia and the EU will end tomorrow.
In 2014-2020 financial assistance of the EU for Georgia amounted to €750 million.