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Ambassador of Germany. we are reviewing relations with Georgia


Germany is reviewing its relations with Georgia, German Ambassador to Georgia Peter Fischer told reporters, SOVA reported. "Today we have an event organized by the German civil society, where the expansion of the European Union will be discussed. Three members of the German parliament are present here, and this is a very important topic for Georgia, because Georgia is a candidate for EU membership, but we have approached a very difficult moment in that membership process. As is known, based on the actions of the Georgian government, the European Council, which includes are 27 heads of states and governments, which make decisions about enlargement, on June 27 made a decision to stop the process of joining Georgia. Now this is the policy of the European Union, and it is very sad, because everything could have been different, we can move forward very quickly, we want to move forward, but the speed and quality of the accession process is in the hands of the candidate. As for Germany, then we are also reviewing our relations with Georgia. As you know, we have very broad and deep relations. Together with the United States of America, we are one of the largest donors of cooperation for the development of Georgia. We have decided not to undertake any new obligations towards Georgia, so there are no new financial obligations for Georgia from Germany at the moment.
The German armed forces also canceled their participation in the "Worthy Partner" exercises. We have canceled the big legal conference that took place in Tbilisi last year and was supposed to take place this summer in Berlin. We are considering further steps," said Peter Fisher.