Georgia, Tbilisi, September 6/Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
About 100 leaders from the Eastern Partnership countries (Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova) are meeting in Tbilisi.
As the EU delegation to Georgia told Trend on Friday, they are presenting projects financed by the European Union.
During the meeting delegates will discuss problems and challenges faced by civilian sector in Eastern Partnership countries.
The Forum's organiser is the European Commission, the partner is the EU programme called 'Strengthening non-state areas - encouraging reforms and increase of public accountability'. The project is being implemented by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in partnership with the NGOs of the Eastern Partnership countries.
A public presentation of projects will be held at the meeting.
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