The EU-Georgia Domestic Advisory Group

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Article 240 of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement stipulates that each Party establish a Domestic Advisory Group (DAG) on sustainable development, to advise on issues relating to the chapter on trade and sustainable development.

The DAGs comprise independent representative civil society organisations, with balanced representation of economic, social and environmental stakeholders, including, among others, employers' and workers' organisations, non-governmental organisations and business groups, as well as other relevant stakeholders.

The EU DAG for Georgia was established in mid-2015 and has members  from the EESC and  from other European CSOs.

The first joint meeting between the Georgian and EU DAGs was held on 7 January 2016 in Tbilisi.


Rules of procedure of the EU Domestic Advisory Group created under Article 240.4 of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement