1. Further improvement and alignment of national legal framework related to international protection with well-established international standards; Being signatory to the 1951 Convention and/or 1967 Protocol, as well as relevant regional instruments, Georgia has enhanced its national legislation enabling fair and efficient asylum procedure and international protection regime. Georgia pledges to further improve its national legislation on international protection, with due regard to guarantee efficiency of the procedure through introduction of new rules and regulations based on EU standards that are applicable to Georgian context.
2. Sharing experience as part of the asylum capacity support group; Georgian asylum system has been advancing over the past few years by enhancement of asylum procedures which includes but is not limited to establishment of fair and efficient status determination procedures, COI research capacity and Quality assurance mechanism. Taking into account the current capacity and human resources of asylum authority, Georgia stands ready to share its experience and knowledge to interested parties within the scope of Asylum capacity support group.