The possibility of Georgia’s accession to the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), and its admission as an associated member thereof, was discussed at today’s meeting between the Prime Minister of Georgia and the Director General for CERN.
At the meeting, the parties discussed concrete ways to deepen their bilateral relations. It was decided that cooperation will continue within the frameworks of the ongoing projects and will expand through new projects.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research consists of 21 member states. The annual monetary contribution of the member states makes up 1.5 million dollars.
Prime Minister’s Press Service