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Georgia starts negotiations on visa free regime with EU2012-11-22 15:21
Today the delegation of the Eastern Partnership starts talks on the possibility of introducing a visa-free regime between Georgia and the EU, the Delo reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Eastern Partnership includes Poland, Ukraine, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia.
In addition, the head of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia Tela Tsulukiani intends meet with senior officials in Strasbourg, where the meeting of the Council of Europe takes place on November 22-23.
In the framework of the visit Tsulukiani is going to meet with Secretary General of the Council of Europe, representatives of the Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights, the Department for the execution of the decision of the European Court, the Commissioner for Human Rights, and other officials.
Recall, according to the new head of the Foreign Ministry Maya Panjikidze, Georgia's pro-Western course remains immutable. Despite the coming to power of the new political forces in Georgia, the country remains committed to the policy of joining NATO and the European Union. Simultaneously Tbilisi intends to restore relations with Moscow.