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European Union

The Delegation of the European Commission to Georgia was opened in Tbilisi in September 1995. Starting from 1 December 2009 with the Lisbon Treaty entering into force, the Delegation of the European Commission is transformed into the Delegation of the European Union to Georgia. The Delegation in Tbilisi is one of over 130 European Union Delegations around the world.

The Delegation's mandate includes the following: 

  • To promote the political and economic relations between Georgia and the European Union by maintaining extensive relations with governmental institutions and by increasing awareness of the EU, it’s institutions and its programmes;
  • To monitor the implementation of the Association Agreement between the European Union and Georgia; 
  • To inform the public of the development of the EU and to explain and defend individual EU policies;
  • To participate in the implementation of the European Union's assistance programmes.



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Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration

The Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration provides aid and sustainable solutions for refugees, victims of conflict and stateless people around the world, through repatriation, local integration, and resettlement in the United States. PRM also promotes the United States' population and migration policies.


European Commission

The European Commission is the EU's executive body and represents the interests of Europe as a whole (as opposed to the interests of individual countries). The term 'Commission' refers to both the college of commissioners and the institution itself – which has its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium with offices in Luxembourg. The Commission also has offices known as 'representations' in all EU member countries.

The Commission's main roles are to:

  • set objectives and priorities for action
  • propose legislation to Parliament and Council
  • manage and implement EU policies and the budget
  • enforce European Law (jointly with the Court of Justice)
  • represent the EU outside Europe (negotiating trade agreements between the EU and other countries, etc.).



The European Commission's Humanitarian aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO) aims to save and preserve life, prevent and alleviate human suffering and safeguard the integrity and dignity of populations affected by natural disasters and man-made crises. EU assistance, amounting to one of the world's largest, is enshrined in the Treaty of Lisbon and supported by EU citizens as an expression of European solidarity with any person or people in need.

Headquartered in Brussels with a global network of field offices, ECHO ensures rapid and effective delivery of EU relief assistance through its two main instruments: humanitarian aid and civil protection. By bringing together the two under one roof in 2010, the Commission has built up a more robust and effective European mechanism for disaster response both inside and outside the EU.


Federal Foreign Office of Germany – MoFA

The Federal Foreign Office represents Germany’s interests to the world. It promotes international exchange and offers protection and assistance to Germans abroad. 
With headquarters in Berlin and a network of 229 missions abroad, the Federal Foreign Office maintains Germany’s relations with other countries as well as with international and supra-national organizations. 

This work concerns much more than just political contacts among governments and parliaments. Because Germany and German society are enmeshed in ever-growing international networks, the Federal Foreign Office promotes intensive interaction and exchange with the world in the fields of business, culture, science and technology, the environment, development issues and many more areas.


Germany’s Relief Coalition – ADH

Aktion Deutschland Hilft, Germany's Relief Coalition is a union of German relief organisations that can provide rapid and effective aid in the case of large catastrophes and emergency situations abroad. To further optimise their previously successful work, the participating organisations bring together their many years of experience in humanitarian aid abroad.
In exceptional cases, Aktion Deutschland Hilft is also active at home. The idea of integrating their respective knowledge and specific abilities, and through mutual extension to efficiently bundle measures for aid, unites the continued independent initiators of this mutual campaign. Overlapping and gaps in provision can already be avoided in the forefront of aid campaigns in this way.   During the acute phase of a catastrophe abroad, Aktion Deutschland Hilft turns to the public with a mutual appeal for funds. Germany's Relief Coalition appeals for funds appear under the account number 102030 at the Bank für Sozialwirtschaft.


Zivik – Civil Conflict Resolution

The zivik programme promotes international peace projects in crisis regions and advises both non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the German Federal Foreign Office in this important field of activity. The programme not only provides support to civil conflict resolution efforts but also contributes to strengthening networks between state and non-state actors. The zivik programme focuses on such themes as training in methods of non-violent conflict resolution, support for confidence-building measures among conflict parties, trauma work and the reintegration of ex-combatants.