EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia starts extended mandate at its new headquarters in Tbilisi
December 16, 2022

EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia starts extended mandate at its new headquarters in Tbilisi

On 15 December, on the first day of its extended mandate 2022-2024, the EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM) inaugurated its new headquarters in Tbilisi. 

Earlier, on 25 November, the 27 EU member states extended the mandate of the EU Monitoring Mission (EUMM) in Georgia for another two years, until 14 December 2024.

After 14 years in another building in Krtsanisi, the Mission Headquarters moved to new premises on 64a Ilia Chavchavadze Avenue, where the European Union Delegation to Georgia is also located.

“The move into our new premises, together with the renewal of EUMM’s mandate, demonstrates the EU’s strong, long-term commitment to peace and stability in Georgia. I can assure you that our monitors will continue to patrol day and night, helping to maintain stability in the region,” said Acting Head of Mission, Tibor Kozma.

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