The EU representatives impressed by the reforms in Georgia
According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Grigol Vashadze, Georgia's negotiations with the European Union on the agreement on a comprehensive free trade and visa-free regime will begin as soon. According to Trend, Vashadze said this on the outcome of the 12th meeting of the Cooperation Council Georgia-EU, held on December 1.
The EU delegation at this meeting was headed by Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland - a country which now holds the EU Presidency - Radoslaw Sikorski. The meeting was also attended by the European Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy Stefan Fule.
"We have discussed reforms in the economy, the ways to improve the justice system, the political dialogue", said Vashadze.
Sikorski, in turn, highlighted the "impressive progress" of Georgia in terms of modernization and reforms. "The EU will continue to support these changes", said Sikorski.
"Negotiations on free trade and visa-free regime will begin very soon", in turn, added Stefan Fule.