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Georgia to receive a visa liberalization plan2013-02-18 13:03
European Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmstrom arrives in Georgia in late February. As reported by the Trend, according to the Georgian Foreign Minister Maya Panjikidze, Malmstrom intends to deliver a plan for visa liberalization.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In this regard, the Georgian Foreign Minister stated that implementation of the plan for conclusion of an agreement with the EU was being carried out successfully.
"The text of the Association Agreement with the EU will be ready in March this year. We have enough time before the Vilnius summit so that the EU countries are able to submit it", stressed Panjikidze.
Recall, on February 14, Georgian Minister for Reintegration Paata Zakareishvili held a meeting with member of the delegation of the Council of Europe, the Deputy Secretary General of the Council of Europe Gabriella Bataini Dragoni.
"This was not the first meeting with the Council of Europe, but it was the first meeting at such a high level. We have presented the results of the work we had carried out. At our request, in January this year, the Council of Europe sent experts to Georgia in order to study our conflicts and estimate them observing the Standards Council of Europe. Today, the delegation presented the views and recommendations of the experts. We discussed how to connect the Council of Europe to conflict", Paata Zakareishvili stated.