Hague Institute Hosts High-Level Roundtable with Georgian Minister

On 8 November, The Hague Institute welcomed Georgia’s State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, H.E. Mr. Alex Petriashvili for a high-level discussion entitled “Georgia’s Association Agreement: Stability and Security in the EU’s Eastern Neighborhood”.

The roundtable convened policy-makers and academics from the Netherlands, Georgia and other European countries ahead of the Vilnius Summit later this month. At that summit, Georgia’s newly-elected president, , Georgy Margvelashvili, is widely expected to initial an Association Agreement with the European Union.

Mr. Petriashvili led a candid and wide-ranging discussion, which touched on issues including economic integration, the political situation in Georgia and the EU Monitoring Mission which continues to play an important role in the country.

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