Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia, Pawel Herczynski, says a lot has been done in the direction of granting Georgia the candidate status, although “more could have been done in a year and a half”.
“Probably a bit more could have been done in a year and a half. There is still polarization in the country. In terms of de-oligarchization, there are only future steps. Following on from the visit of Joseph Borrell, clearly there is acceleration and there are a lot of positive developments including the work on the broadcasting law, including memorandums of understanding that were signed with some civil society organizations. I’m also glad that the impeachment procedure was not successful”, said the EU Ambassador to Georgia.
His comment followed his meeting with President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili and other representatives of diplomatic missions accredited in Georgia at the Orbeliani Palace.