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Possible Challenges of Harmonization of Georgian Legislation with the Acquis Communautaire of the European Union in Energy Sector
28-Jul-2017

European Union’s (EU) strategic interest and relations with Georgia have been developing over past years. In this period, Georgia significantly deepened its ties with the EU. On the one hand, EU’s strategic interest and on other hand, Georgia’s considerable progress in the reforms maintained to implement EU’s foreign policy initiatives in Georgia such as the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and the Eastern Partnership (EaP). These initiatives are aimed at economic development, fostering democracy, equality, rule of law and strengthening human rights credentials. In general, EU-Georgia relations have been centred on three main issues: assistance to political and economic transition processes, conflict resolution and support to the development of the energy potential of the country.

 

Assessment of the Readiness Gaps and Barriers for the Georgia’s NDC (Nationally Determined Contributions) Implementation Process
16-Sep-2016

The research objective is to make recommendations to the government of Georgia to develop of an NDC Roadmap with regards to inter-ministerial coordination on the implementation of the EU Association Agreement energy tasks allied to climate change by providing a clear insight into the problems concerned with the institutional arrangement during the dealing with Climate & Energy cross-sectoral issues. 

 

Sharing Experience of Visegrad Countries’ EU Economic Integration and Georgia’s Successful Institutional Reforms for Albania and Kosovo
29-Apr-2015

This report analysis state of play of Albania’s and Kosovo’s EU integration, it asseses the challenges and perspectives these countries meet in the process. Also, it presents experience of Georgia’s, as EU associated country’s successful insistutional reforms that are relevant for Albania and Kosovo.