The EU-funded ENPARD programme, with a total budget of €234.5 million, has summed up its 10-year work in Georgia.
Since 2013, the programme has assisted in aligning the country’s institutional, legal and administrative systems with EU standards and introduced European models of rural development.
The final conference in Tbilisi highlighted the following successes of ENPARD’s third phase:
“Rural development is an important cooperation area between the European Union and Georgia. Sustainable, inclusive and green rural economies push people out of poverty, create employment and set out a pathway to sustainable growth benefitting people and the environment,” said Pawel Herczynski, Ambassador of the European Union in Georgia.
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