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Georgia

Meetings
November 2015
Organising countries:
Georgia and the Czech Republic
Location:
Tbilisi
Date:
26-27 November 2015
December 2014

The representatives of EU Member States, Eastern Partnership countries, academia and international organizations gathered in The Hague to compare their practices, experience and standards in...

March 2013

The Panel Meeting on the return, readmission and reintegration organized within the framework of the Eastern Partnership Panel on Migration and Asylum took place in Tbilisi, Georgia and was co-...

May 2012

The second meeting of the Eastern Partnership Panel on Migration and Asylum was held in Tbilisi on 3-4 May 2011. Participants from all EaP countries and 12 EU Member States as well as UNHCR, IOM...

News
18.08.2017

On 18 August 2017, a plane landed in the Tbilisi airport with the first group of Georgian citizens who resided on the territory of the European Union without appropriate documents. Irregular...

16.08.2017

379 citizens of different countries have asked for the asylum in Georgia over a six month period this year.

The statistics of the Ministry of Refugees and Accommodation of Georgia reads...

08.08.2017

From January to July 2017 the Georgian authorities denied entry to the country of about 3 thousand foreigners.

Most often the refusals were received by the citizens of India – in the first...

03.08.2017

Joint trainings were held at the border crossing point of Gogavan by the International Migration Organization of the UN and RA Ministry of Emergency Situations on topic of «Management of migration...

05.07.2017

The results of nine joint Armenian-Georgian cross-border projects have been presented in a brochure entitled “Bridging people and countries”, to mark the upcoming end of the EU-funded Armenia–...

15.06.2017

Successful achievements of cross-border cooperation between Armenia and Georgia will be in focus of the Closing Conference of Armenia – Georgia Eastern Partnership Territorial Cooperation...

09.06.2017

On June 9, 2017 the representatives of EU Institutions, EU Member States, Georgian authorities and international organizations discussed the mechanisms for dialogue and for monitoring of projects...

11.05.2017

State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Victor Dolidze and European Commission Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy & Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn signed a...

30.03.2017

Georgia would benefit from strengthening its whole-of-government approach to making migration become an integral part of its overall development strategies, argues a new joint OECD Development...

10.02.2017

European Union handed over border surveillance equipment worth EUR 3.4 million to the Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs on 1 February.  The support comes as part of the EU-funded and IOM-...

03.02.2017

Georgian citizens will be able to enter the EU without a visa for short stays, under a new law passed by Parliament on 2 February.

The legislation still needs to be...

13.12.2016

European Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos met with Georgia’s Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili in Brussels to discuss migration and Georgia’s visa liberalisation issues. 

Two officials...

11.11.2016
An upgraded Armenian border crossing point has been opened at Bagratashenon 4 November under an EU-funded and UN-implemented project....
12.10.2016

Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Head of MIA Border Police of Georgia, Major-General Zurab Gamezardashvili made an official report about the implemented, ongoing and upcoming projects of the...

30.09.2016

The United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons Dr. Chaloka Beyani arrived to Georgia on 25 September to review the country’s ongoing crisis regarding...

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