The road to Georgia’s accession to the EU


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A man holds a Georgian flag in down-town of Tbilisi, Georgia, 27 June, 2014. [EPA/ZURAB KURTSIKIDZE]

Georgia is determined to obtain the status of an EU candidate country and is making efforts to implement all the requirements ahead of a crucial assessment by the European Commission due in June.

Despite domestic tensions, the society in Georgia remains deeply pro-European and is opposing hybrid attacks from Russia, which still nourishes hopes of bringing the country into its sphere of influence.

In this special report, EURACTIV takes a close look at the developments as they unfold.

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