Georgia and the EU hold annual Human Rights Dialogue 

Georgia and the EU hold annual Human Rights Dialogue 

June 23, 2022

On 22 June in Brussels, the EU and Georgia held the 15th round of the annual Human Rights Dialogue. 

Participants exchanged views on the human rights situation in Georgia and on recent developments in the promotion and protection of democracy and human rights since the last dialogue in July 2021. 

The Georgian delegation was led by Deputy Foreign Minister Teimuraz Gianjalia, and the EU delegation was led by Richard Tibbels, from the European External Action Service. The EU Special Representative for Human Rights, Eamon Gilmore, also participated in the meeting. 

The next EU-Georgia human rights dialogue is planned to take place in Tbilisi in 2023.

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