European Union’s assistance is linked to concrete progress in implementing reforms on the ground. Such a statement made today the Personal Representative of the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, Christian Danielsson.
“The assistance of the European Union assistance is linked to concrete progress in implementing reforms on the ground and isn’t unconditional.
Georgia can count on EU assistance, both politically and in the form of concrete assistance. However, the European Union’s assistance is not unconditional, as should be the case among close partners.
The implementation of the April 19 agreement will help Georgia overcome the challenges it faces”, - added Danielsson.
He once again called on political parties to reach an agreement.