Becoming a member of the European Union has been the priority of Georgia’s foreign policy since the very day of its independence. Relatively ingenuous expectations of the 1990ies gave way to more pragmatic and close to the reality attitude of the 2000ies. There was a moment when both the Georgian Government and the whole society doubted the possibility of joining the EU.
The report presents the conducted study in connection with three important topics of Eastern Partnership: support of small business, innovation policy and social dialogue. All these studies aimed at the assessment of the policy established within the EU, understanding of the current reality of our country and recommendations for the approximation of our o cial policy in these elds with that of the EU.