The EU Delegation to Georgia invites those who want to learn more about the European perspective for Georgia to visit its Facebook page.
The Delegation will be answering questions on what needs to be done to ensure that the new opportunities that are opening up for Georgia are not missed.
You can ask your questions in the comments below or in a live message before 1 July 2022.
Perhaps your question will be answered personally by the EU Ambassador to Georgia, Karl Hartzell.
On 23 June, the European Council decided to grant Georgia a European perspective, which gives the country a chance to gain EU candidate country status once Georgia addresses a number of priorities specified in the European Commission Opinion on Georgia.
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