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The EU may present Georgia action plan on visa liberalization2012-06-05 17:13
European Commissioner for Internal Affairs Cecilia Malmstrom stated the European Union has officially launched the visa dialogue with Georgia. According to the Rosbalt, she also expressed the hope it would be useful for Georgian citizens.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We are preparing an action plan for Georgia, and, hopefully, I will go to Georgia to present it in the early fall", Malmstrom said. European Commissioner noted that the action plan for the liberalization of visa regime will be similar to the action plans for other countries of "Eastern Partnership", in particular, for Ukraine and Moldova. "Of course, we'll assess the situation on an individual basis ... However, all plans are similar in their structure", Malmstrom stated.
In turn, Vashadze noted the significant value of visa dialogue with the EU, the edition reported.
Action plans for the "Eastern Partnership" to liberalize the visa regime includes two stages: the legislative changes and reforms to implement them in practice. Action plans are based on four main priorities: documents security, border management, general security and external dimension. This plan includes, inter alia, migration and asylum policy.