The EU Political and Security Committee (PSC) visits the EU Monitoring Mission (EUMM), Georgia
Today, PSC Ambassadors from EU Member States visited EUMM field office Mtskheta as part of a wider regional visit.
The Acting Head of Mission, Erik Hoeeg, welcomed the PSC to the Mission and provided a short briefing on the Mission’s operations and activities.
PSC Ambassadors were then given the opportunity to meet with field office staff before moving on to a patrol along the Administrative Boundary Line in the Odzisi area. This included a brief and demonstration of some of the EUMM’s recently acquired technical equipment.
The PSC is responsible for the EUs Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) and is composed of ambassadors from EU Member States.
Acting Head of Mission Erik Hoeeg greeting a member of delegation at Field Office Mtskheta
EU Political and Security Committee and EUMM gathered for group photo in Mskheta Field Office
Acting Head of EUMM providing an overview of monitoring activities and challenges facing the Mission
Deputy Head of Operations, Florentin Dimitru Dicu, demonstrating some technical monitoring equipment to visitors close to Odzisi village
Acting Head of Mission, Erik Hoeeg, discussing borderisation with the PSC ambassadors of Italy and Germany
PSC ambasadors capturing the role of the EUMM monitor by observing the countryside
Acting Head of Mission Erik Hoeeg bids farewell to Ambassador Walter Stevens, Permanent Chair of the PSC