We have made great progress in building strong and effective state institutions,-Giorgi Kvirikashvili

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Thursday, 22 September 2016 14:49

Giorgi Kvirikashvili the Prime Minister of Georgia delivered a speech at UN General Assembly today. “We have made great progress in building strong and effective state institutions, ensuring a free civil society, free media, free markets, social cohesion and rule of law,”- he said.
According to Prime Minister, he is proud to be ranked the 5th freest economy in the world, ensuring openness and integration into the global market and equal opportunities for all people interested in doing business in Georgia.
As Giorgi Kvirikashvili said, Georgia is an associated country of the EU, harmonizing its policies, institutions, sectors and market rules with those of the European Union. He also said that Georgia is an aspirant country to NATO, having the deepest and most comprehensive partnership with the Alliance of any nation and highlighted that the US Government, the European Union, and NATO all took actions to emphasize that Georgia's future lies within the European and Euro-Atlantic community.

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