The Georgian parliamentary delegation took part in the Inter-Parliamentary Conference (SECG) in the European Parliament

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Maka Botchorishvili, Chairman of the European Integration Committee of the Parliament of Georgia, and Davit Songhulashvili, the Chairman of the Sectoral Economy and Economic Policy Committee, participated in the Interparliamentary Conference on Stability, Economic Coordination and Governance (SECG) held in the European Parliament within the framework of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The press office of the Parliament disseminates information about this.

According to their information, at the meeting they discussed economic security and competitiveness in the European Union, increasing the efficiency of the single market, managing the budget during the crisis, the future of the economic and monetary union, promoting employment and improving social investments, including protecting the rights of employees and dealing with the "brain drain" process.

In her speech, Maka Botchorishvili noted that Georgia has the ambition to be one of the successful examples within the EU enlargement policy, despite the significant geopolitical challenges in the region.

"Over the past decade, Georgia has made significant progress in carrying out structural reforms related to public finance management, development of services, fight against corruption, promotion of competition, improvement of energy security and increase of transit potential," said Maka Botchorishvili.

she also spoke about Georgia's readiness to continue active work in order to maintain the positive trends of economic growth within the framework of cooperation with the European Union.

"Georgia is committed to strengthening the transit function, to be a reliable partner of the European Union, among them, in terms of strengthening energy security and providing green energy. In order to fully utilize the new geopolitical opportunities that Georgia offers to the European Union, Georgia's strategic location, healthy governance, and attractive investment environment should become the subject of the European Union's interest," said Maka Botchorishvili.

The conference, which is hosted by the EU chairman country - Belgium, in St. It was held in Brussels, on February 12-13, in the European Parliament, where members of the national parliaments of EU member and candidate countries, representatives of EU institutions participate.

Chairman of the European Council Charles Michel and Executive Vice President of the European Commission Valdis Dombrovski addressed the participants of the conference.





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The Georgian parliamentary delegation took part in the Inter-Parliamentary Conference (SECG) in the European Parliament

2024/02/67868-1707895556.jpg
Read: 544     11:00     14 Февраль 2024    

Maka Botchorishvili, Chairman of the European Integration Committee of the Parliament of Georgia, and Davit Songhulashvili, the Chairman of the Sectoral Economy and Economic Policy Committee, participated in the Interparliamentary Conference on Stability, Economic Coordination and Governance (SECG) held in the European Parliament within the framework of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The press office of the Parliament disseminates information about this.

According to their information, at the meeting they discussed economic security and competitiveness in the European Union, increasing the efficiency of the single market, managing the budget during the crisis, the future of the economic and monetary union, promoting employment and improving social investments, including protecting the rights of employees and dealing with the "brain drain" process.

In her speech, Maka Botchorishvili noted that Georgia has the ambition to be one of the successful examples within the EU enlargement policy, despite the significant geopolitical challenges in the region.

"Over the past decade, Georgia has made significant progress in carrying out structural reforms related to public finance management, development of services, fight against corruption, promotion of competition, improvement of energy security and increase of transit potential," said Maka Botchorishvili.

she also spoke about Georgia's readiness to continue active work in order to maintain the positive trends of economic growth within the framework of cooperation with the European Union.

"Georgia is committed to strengthening the transit function, to be a reliable partner of the European Union, among them, in terms of strengthening energy security and providing green energy. In order to fully utilize the new geopolitical opportunities that Georgia offers to the European Union, Georgia's strategic location, healthy governance, and attractive investment environment should become the subject of the European Union's interest," said Maka Botchorishvili.

The conference, which is hosted by the EU chairman country - Belgium, in St. It was held in Brussels, on February 12-13, in the European Parliament, where members of the national parliaments of EU member and candidate countries, representatives of EU institutions participate.

Chairman of the European Council Charles Michel and Executive Vice President of the European Commission Valdis Dombrovski addressed the participants of the conference.





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