Parliament EU Integration Committee Chair notes country’s reforms at EU-Georgia Business Forum

  • Georgian officials, diplomatic corps, financial institutions, international organisations and representatives of the Georgian and European business sectors participated in the Forum. Photo: Parliament of Georgia/Facebook.

Agenda.ge, 21 Jun 2022 - 20:34, Tbilisi,Georgia

Maka Botchorishvili, the Chair of the Georgian Parliament's European Union Integration Committee, on Tuesday highlighted “successful reforms” implemented under the European Union-Georgia Association Agreement, including the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement, at the EU-Georgia Business Forum in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi.

Botchorishvili noted the progress made by the country in aligning national legal systems with EU legislation, highlighting the importance of deepening economic ties with the bloc.

The progress achieved by Georgia is visible and tangible in the successful implementation of reforms in various fields. In terms of ease of doing business and attractiveness of investments, our tireless efforts have made it possible for Georgia to become a leader in the region”, she said.

Botchorishvili also acknowledged there was “still a lot to be done for real integration” in the European market, noting the “really special role” of businesses in the process.

Organised by the European Business Association, the Forum aimed to overview the achievements, challenges and general trends in the Georgian business sector and present the Annual Report on Business Environment and European Economic Cooperation Platform, a part of the EBA project of Promoting European Business and Economic Interests in Georgia.

Georgian officials, diplomatic corps, financial institutions, international organisations and representatives of the Georgian and European business sectors participated in the Forum.

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