Relations between the EU and Georgia have intensified in the past years and are based on the Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (AA/DCFTA), which provide the foundations for far-reaching political and economic integration with the EU. The EU is Georgia’s main trading partner, representing over 30% of all trade. To help Georgia implement the Agreement, the EU supports political and economic reform in the country. The EU is also the biggest donor in Georgia, providing over €100 million of support per year, with the objective of having a clear impact on the life of citizens. Cooperation focuses on areas like economic development and developing market opportunities (including smart, sustainable and inclusive economic growth), strengthening institutions and good governance (including the rule of law and addressing security), connectivity, energy efficiency, environment and climate change, and mobility and people-to- people contacts (including support to the continuous implementation of the visa liberalisation benchmarks and to vocational education and training).