2011 Report on Meeting European Neighborhood Policy Commitments

24 Feb, 2012

The Open Society Georgia Foundation (OSGF) published a report – The European Neighborhood Policy: Implementation of the Objectives of the EU-Georgia Action Plan 2011.

The monitoring aimed to evaluate the situation in the country in terms of elections, media, human rights, judicial reform, environment, EU visa liberalization as well as to emphasize respective positive change.

The report was submitted to the European Commission in December 2011 to make annual summary of the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) Action Plan performance.

The OSGF has monitored the process since 2006, when the government of Georgia made commitments under the ENP Action Plan in order to fulfill the country’s European aspirations.  The OSGF along with other donor, international or local civil organizations has kept track of the process,  evaluated progress and identified problems.

The 2011 report was prepared by the following experts:  Tamar Pataraia, Tamar Khidasheli, Mathias Huter, Nina Khatiskatsi, Manana Kochladze and Ketevan Tsikhelashvili. 

Please see the material on previous years’ reports.

The full version of the report is available in the English language.