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Commission approves series of TACIS programmes

The European Commission has approved a series of TACIS programmes for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Mongolia.

For Armenia, the Commission has adopted the 1996-1999 Indicative Programme with a budget of ECU 32 million and the 1996-1997 Action Programme of ECU 8.65 million. ...
The European Commission has approved a series of TACIS programmes for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Mongolia.

For Armenia, the Commission has adopted the 1996-1999 Indicative Programme with a budget of ECU 32 million and the 1996-1997 Action Programme of ECU 8.65 million. The selected areas of cooperation in the framework of those programmes are:
- Development of the private sector;
- Support for implementation of the Public Investment Programme;
- Human Resources development.

For Azerbaijan, the programmes are the 1996-1999 Indicative Programme with a budget of ECU 32 million and the 1996-1997 Action Programme of ECU 10.97 million. The selected areas of cooperation in the framework of those programmes are:
- Development of Energy and Transport infrastructure;
- Private sector development;
- Education and government reform.

For Georgia, the Commission has adopted the 1996-1999 Indicative Programme with a budget of ECU 32 million and the 1996-1997 Action Programme of ECU 11.42 million. The selected areas of cooperation in the framework of those programmes are:
- Development of Infrastructure networks;
- Private sector development;
- Government and public sector reform.

For Mongolia, the programmes adopted are the 1996-1999 Indicative Programme with a budget of ECU 20 million and the 1996-1997 Action Programme of ECU 6.6 million. The selected areas of cooperation in the framework of those programmes are:
- Structural and Institutional reforms;
- Enterprise and financial development;
- Infrastructure development.
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