“The European Union needs more stability, more democracy and economic development in Georgia.” – President Salome Zurabishvili
“The European Union needs more stability, more democracy and economic development in Georgia,” President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili said after meeting with European Council President Charles Michel.
“The arrival of the President of the European Council in Georgia today means that the European Union has not gone anywhere, it is here, and, as never before, it is important for the EU that Georgia continues its European and democratic path and nothing can stop it.
“As never before, this is important because the situation in this region has changed. Georgia, an island of democracy, should be further strengthened and developed. The EU needs more stability, more democracy and more economic development from us,” Salome Zurabishvili said, adding that it is important for the EU and Georgia to work together on a post-crisis plan.
“We talked in detail about the political situation. We agreed that this country, as never before, needs internal stability, reconciliation, dialogue. This is the only way for Georgia to receive all the dividends it needs on its way to the EU. We must realize that it is in our hands. Political responsibility from all sides means fulfilling the demands of society,” she concluded.