Georgia, Tbilisi, September 12 /Trend N.Kirtzkhalia/
On September 12-13 Batumi will host a meeting of the working group created on business development issues within the second platform of multilateral cooperation within the Eastern Partnership - 'Economic integration and ensuring compliance with EU policy: Self-employment and entrepreneurship'.
The meeting is being organised by the European Commission, European Education Fund and Georgia's Ministry of Economy with the support of Georgia's State Ministry for European Integration, the Georgian Ministry of Economy told Trend.
Representatives of the European Education Fund, EU countries and Eastern Partnership comprising Azerbaijan, Belarus, Moldavia, Georgia, Armenia and Ukraine will participate at the meeting.
The aim of the working meeting is to have an exchange of experience on the issues of self-employment and business development, to strengthen cooperation between educational institutions and business advisory organisations, and to become familiar with modern attitudes adopted in EU countries.
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