EU to help Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia implement border management system

The new program of the European Union will assist the governments of the Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia in the implementation of border management system, which will make them both open and safe.

Programme with a budget of 6.3 million euros will be implemented the UN Development Programme (UNDP) in collaboration with the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD).

Official opening of the program will be held March 29 at a conference in Tbilisi, which will be attended by representatives of the governments of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, international organizations and member states.

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