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Armenia-Georgia cross-border cooperation projects present results

05.07.17

The results of nine joint Armenian-Georgian cross-border projects have been presented in a brochure entitled “Bridging people and countries”, to mark the upcoming end of the EU-funded Armenia–Georgia Eastern Partnership Territorial Cooperation (EaP TC) programme.

The brochure provides information about the grant projects, including their main partners, activities, most significant results and lessons learnt, as well as the key  cross-border impacts achieved.

Armenian–Georgian cooperation within the programme has significantly improved mutual understanding by involving local communities of the border regions in a multi-cultural dialogue, as well as breaking stereotypes and building trust amongst the neighbouring communities. It has also helped foster reliable business relations and promote sustainable regional development.

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  The Project is funded
by the European
Union
The Project is implemented
by the International
Organization for Migration