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Fields of Cooperation

Canada has traditionally been a good friend and partner of Georgia in democratic development.

Georgia attaches great importance to the cooperation and development of relations with Canada - a member of NATO, G8, and a country whose foreign policy priority is the development of democracy worldwide. Georgia and Canada actively cooperate within the framework of International Organizations (UN, OSCE). Canada supports the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia and its integration into North Atlantic Alliance. Political consultations between Georgia and Canada have been held on the regular bases since 2009.

Trade Turnover in 2009-2014 (US dollars)

Year

Import

Export

2009

14,148.5

117,224.1

2010

18,32.0

118,736.0

2011

14,991.5

114,793.8

2012

19,096.5

104,579.7

2013

19,892.8

81,361.2

2014

12,033

47,746

Assistance Programs

The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) has been a significant donor for years. CIDA's 2003-2004 disbursements for projects and initiatives in Georgia constituted 4,38 Mln dollars, in 2006-2007 - 1,9 Mln dollars, and in 2007-2008 - 2,44 Mln dollars.

3 mln CND were allocated by the Canadian Government through CIDA in order to assist victims of the August war in Georgia.