Georgian prime minister visiting Lithuania

Mamuka Bakhtadze
AFP / Scanpix

There is to be much attention dedicated to the Eastern Partnership Programme and the country’s integration with the EU and NATO.

After a war in 2008, Moscow recognised the separatist South Ossetia and Abkhazia as independent, while the West still holds these to be occupied Georgian territories. Moscow has thousands of troops deployed in bases there. Due to this, Georgia‘s chances of entering the EU and NATO remain dubious.

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