I would tell the Georgian people that it is necessary to implement reforms – this is a priority, the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, said in a conversation with journalists at the Summit of the European Political Community.
He noted that the issue of enlargement will be on the agenda of the European Council in December and it will be discussed by the leaders, among them will be the issue of Georgia.
“One word about Georgia. You know that in November the European Commission will publish an enlargement report, and today I can confirm that we will put the issue of enlargement on the agenda of the European Council in December and we will discuss all issues of enlargement at the level of the leaders [of member states], including for Georgia,” said Charles Michel.
The President of the European Council also answered a question relating to the “message” to the people of Georgia.
“I have already answered this question, but I would tell the Georgian people – reforms. Carry out reforms and make sure that your reforms meet European standards. Economic reforms, anti-corruption reforms, judicial independence – these are the priorities,” said Charles Michel.