Georgia should continue reforms to prevent corruption among parliamentarians, judges and prosecutors, says new Council of Europe reportStrasbourg 17 January 2017
In a report published today, the Council of Europe's anti-corruption body, Group of States...
17-18 December, 2016
Two groups of Georgian judges participated in training sessions on the effective judicial review...
12 December 2016
Giorgi Kvirikashvili held a meeting with Cristian Urse, the Head of the Council of Europe Office...
On 14-15 December 2016, the Council of Europe (CoE) and European Union in partnership with the...
Norway Makes an Additional 1.1 Million Euro Contribution to the Council of Europe Action Plan for Georgia
Norway has announced an additional 1.1 million Euro contribution to the implementation of the...
Welcome to the Council of Europe Office in Georgia
We are 22 staff members in the Tbilisi Office, many of whom work on a variety of cooperation programmes to assist Georgia in fulfilling Council of Europe standards in the areas of human rights, rule of law and democracy.
Georgia became the 41st member state of the Council of Europe in 1999, an historic step best remembered when the Prime Minister at the time, Mr Zurab Zhvania, at the Parliamentary Assembly, declared on behalf of the Georgian people: “I am Georgian and therefore I am European”.