MEPs will assess the possible implications for Georgia of Russia’s war against Ukraine and express their solidarity and support for the country’s territorial integrity.
A delegation of the Subcommittee on Security and Defense will travel to Georgia from 10 to 14 April to assess the work of the EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM Georgia) as well as the possible implications of Russia’s war against Ukraine for the country.
The MEPs will meet, among others, with the Georgian President, the Prime Minister, the Chairman of the Parliament and the Minister of Defense. They also intend to pay two field visits to the Administrative Boundary Lines in the breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
“Through this visit, the European Parliament wants to express its solidarity and underline its support for Georgia’s territorial integrity,” reads the official statement.
Composition of the delegation
The Members of the delegation are the following: Nathalie LOISEAU (Renew Europe, France), Chair of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence and the Head of the delegation, Lukas MANDL (EPP, Austria), Juozas OLEKAS (S&D, Lithuania), Elena YONCHEVA (S&D, Bulgaria), and Lars Patrick BERG (ECR, Germany).