GIP participated in the “European Policy Center (EPC)” political dialogue

“When we talk about European integration and the country’s western course, we are talking not only about EU membership, but also about relations with NATO. It is important that expectations are realistic and not exaggerated. The country needs a European perspective, including to implement many important reforms. A new framework for relations is needed, where cooperation with the Eastern Partnership countries will be further deepened. It would be positive if the EU took an action like NATO did at the summit in Bucharest in 2008. Such a record that Georgia will one day join the EU would have a positive impact on Georgian people and would also respond to Russian propaganda”. 

 At the end of the meeting, Director of GIP stated that Georgia should continue its path of European integration.

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