The FINANCIAL -- Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze held a meeting with Ambassadors of the EU Member States accredited to Georgia. The Minister thanked the Ambassadors for the support of Georgia in the visa liberalization process.
He updated the heads of diplomatic missions on the Government’s information campaign aimed at raising the Georgian population’s awareness of the risks and threats involved in travel throughout the Schengen area in breach with travels rules and regulations. The Minister emphasized that the progress made in Georgia’s visa liberalization process will give a fresh impetus to Georgia-EU co-operation in various areas.
Talking points also included the recent development of events in Georgia’s occupied territories, including the so-called elections in the Abkhazia region, the closure of so-called checkpoints, the so-called referendum to be held in the Tskhinvali region, as well as draft agreements envisaging incorporation of Tskhinvali military units into the Russian army.
The Minister expressed the hope that the international community will give due assessment to such actions of the Russian Federation, according to MFA of Georgia.