The EU welcomes the continued efforts to advance on the reform agenda and the action plan to address the steps necessary, European Council President, Charles Michel, tweeted after meeting with the Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili late last week.
EUCO President says Georgia’s commitment to the EU path remains strong.
“Georgia’s commitment to the EU path remains strong. And I reaffirmed to PM Irakli Garibashvili the EU’s commitment to Georgia. The EU welcomes the continued efforts to advance on the reform agenda and the action plan to address the steps necessary, in the interest of the Georgian people,” Michel tweeted.
The Government Administration says that at the meeting held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the parties discussed the process of European integration of Georgia and the agenda of reforms.
“Attention was focused on the positive recommendation of the European Commission on the granting of candidate status to Georgia.
The Prime Minister informed the President of the European Council about the reforms already implemented by Georgia on the road to European integration. Garibashvili highlighted that Georgia continues the successfully started process of implementing the recommendations of the European Union. The government has a specific vision for each reform, he noted, the corresponding action plan, the deadlines for implementation have been written, and in this process the government works in coordination with the representatives of the European Union.
He added that the progress made by Georgia was confirmed by the European Commission, and now the country is waiting for a positive decision from the European Council on granting of EU candidate status.
PM Garibashvili thanked Charles Michel for his help and support in the process of implementation of the EU recommendations and emphasized the importance of the further support of the President of the European Council on the path of European integration.