To promote the improvement of Georgia’s public management, the European Union will issue a 30 million Euro grant.
To explain, the government highlighted the significant value of the financial support, generously provided by the EU. The aid will assist in the implementation of the government’s four-point reform scheme.
Accordingly, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Georgia’s Prime Minister, and Janos Herman, the EU Ambassador in Georgia, have a scheduled discussion tomorrow. This is to expand on the details of the grant and its execution.
According to Kvirikashvili, “We will have to put much effort in this area, to ensure complete compliance with the undertakings provided by the EU Association Agreement and to create a governance system that is aligned with the EU regulations and engages citizens in the decision-making process.”