EU to provide 16 million euros aid to Georgia

The EU will allocate 16 million euros worth of assistance to Georgia as part of the “more for more” principle.

A financial agreement will be signed by the Georgian State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Alexi Petriashvili and European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood policy Stefan Fule in Batumi, where the conference “Georgia’s European Way: The EU’s Eastern European Partners – Towards the Vilnius Summit” takes place on Thursday.

“We hope and believe that there will be an initialing of agreement on association at the Vilnius summit,” Petriashvili said.

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