News 2014/01/24 Georgia willing to seal partnership with the EEA

Release date 24/01/2014
Keywords Georgia, SEIS

Georgia has recently reaffirmed its commitment to share environmental information as part of a move to formalise cooperation with the European Environment Agency. Following a national ENPI-SEIS workshop, held in Tbilisi on 2-3 December 2013, the Georgian Minister of Environment and Natural Resources, Khatuna Gogoladze, agreed to sign a letter of intent to this extent. Recently, Minister Gogoladze signed a decree for the establishment of the “Environmental Information and Education Centre”, which is a key development to enable public access to and sharing of environmental information.

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