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Georgia and the EU can sign agreement on visa regime simplification before end 20092009-08-31 18:26
Agreement on simplification of visa regime between Georgia and the EU will probably be signed before end 2009, says Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia David Jagalania - InterpressNews.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He adds that negotiations on visa regime simplification and readmission agreement were successfully finished last week. Jagalania notes the agreements can be signed before end 2009 and become valid in several months.
After that a price of visa to Shengen zone country will cost EUR 35 instead of EUR 65, list of required documents and information will also be cut.
Also, issuing visa for term from 90 to 180 days will be available, as well as visas of multiple use for the period from 2 to 5 years [for some social groups under due conditions]. For some social groups visas will even be free. Jagalania adds visa-free regime with 27 EU countries will be applied to people with diplomatic passports. The agreement on readmission will regulate issue of illegal migrants. The Deputy Minister adds that explanation must be delivered in that regard.