The European Union and Georgia held the first meeting of the Association Council on 17 November 2014.
The Council is the highest formal institution established under the EU-Georgia Association Agreement to supervise the implementation of the Agreement.
The EU and Georgia acknowledged Georgia’s European aspirations, its European choice and the common objective to promote building a democratic, stable and prosperous country. In this context, the Association Council assessed Georgia as one of the front-runners of the Eastern Partnership.
The EU and the Government of Georgia agreed to continue to work together towards a further deepening of Georgia's political association and economic integration with the EU.