The historic Agreement of Association between the European Union (EU), its member states and
Georgia, signed in 2014, created a new legal approach to EU-Georgian relations. This was
accomplished by determining specific obligatory measures for Georgia in terms of “adjusting policies
to align with the EU Acquis in various socio-economic dimensions. This naturally implies the
introduction of new European standards and practices, which inevitably leads to important legislative
initiatives. To this extent, obtaining a clear view on the process of transposition is crucially important
in assessing three years of progress.
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