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Underwater Transmission Line to Connect Georgia with Europe

An underwater transmission line may connect Georgia with Europe. This idea was shaped by EU-Georgia Business Council and the project is being developed by CROSS Energy Group. The business council chairman Zviad Chumburidze noted that this is a fresh idea that may be implemented in the future if feasibility studies …

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Georgia’s Exports-Imports Items with EU

Germany, Bulgaria and Italy are only EU countries that were named among Georgia’s ten top major trade partners. According to top 5 exports-imports items: Georgia exports filbert and nut, wood materials, fruit and vegetable juices, tinned fruits and herbs, flour to Germany. Total value of the exports is 45.361 million …

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EU-Georgia Association Council concludes in Brussels

On 5 February, the EU-Georgia Association Council took place in Brussels. Both partners took stock of the progress made on the Association Agreement between Georgia and the EU. Following her meeting with the country’s Prime Minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, EU High Representative Federica Mogherini described relations between Georgia and the EU …

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EU-Georgia Mobility Partnership Moves Towards Better Dialogue and Monitoring

The first meeting of the EU-Georgia Mobility Partnership Local Cooperation Platform took place on 9 June 2017 in Tbilisi. Representatives of EU Institutions, EU Member States, Georgian authorities and international organisations discussed the mechanisms for dialogue and for monitoring projects under the Joint Declaration on a Mobility Partnership between the …

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EU-Georgia Visa Deal Expected This Week

Member states and MEPs will agree to grant visa-free travel to Georgians at a “trilogue” meeting, expected to take place on Wednesday, Slovak foreign minister Miroslav Lajcak said on Monday in Brussels. “We really see no obstacles” to clinching an agreement on the same day, he said. “They will get …

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