“Georgia has been doing everything for three decades and brick by brick is building a bridge with the European Union. Our generations, me and my children, are doing everything we can for Georgia to become a member of the European Union as soon as possible,” said Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze.
He added that if the decision was made, Georgia is ready to become a member of the European Union today.
“I think Georgia has done everything in recent years for this. We have made great progress abroad. Today, Georgian citizens can travel with Georgian passports without visas. This is our achievement and everyone’s merit. We have done many good things, many reforms, and today, Georgia is ready to become a full member of the European Union,” Kaladze said.
He also stressed that Georgia has always stood, stands, and will continue to stand by the Ukrainian people.