The European Union will give Georgia a grant of 30 million Euros to support public governance reforms. Further details of the agreement will be revealed at a briefing tomorrow with Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili and Janos Herman, Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia.
The Prime Minister commented after the cabinet meeting that governance reforms are a key component of the country’s reform plan. Kvirikashvili underlined the importance of forming European standard institutions.
“We will have to do a lot to fulfill all the responsibilities outlined in Georgia’s EU association agreement, and Georgian governance should take into account European law, European regulations and involvement of each citizen. This is very important” - said the Prime Minister.