Georgia, EU hold plenary session in Brussels
Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb. 23 / Trend N. Kirtzkhalia /
The eighth plenary session was held in Brussels to develop the association agreement between Georgia and the EU, the Georgian Foreign Ministry told Trend on Thursday.
According to the information, the delegation was headed by a chief negotiator from the Georgian side, Deputy Foreign Minister Tornike Gordadze. The delegation also included representatives of relevant government departments.
The European delegation was headed by a chief negotiator from the European side, Deputy Managing Director for Europe and Central Asia at the European External Action Service Gunnar Wiegand.
The sides discussed the preamble of the agreement, political dialogue and reform, a single external cooperation and cooperation in security policy, justice, freedom and security.
The agreement will replace the existing partnership and cooperation agreement between the parties. It envisages a significant improvement in the relations between Georgia and the EU and cooperation on a new higher level.