Cooperation on culture enriches contacts between societies and promotes cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue. At the same time, cultural and creative industries, craft-based SMEs and tourism can help stimulate economic growth. This factsheet shows how, in line with the EU strategy on international cultural relations, the European Union supports a vibrant cultural sector in Georgia, engaging citizens, state actors and cultural operators alike, strengthening civil society and affording greater economic opportunities.
The factsheet is available in English, Georgian and Russian
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