“It is very strange to me that no one from the Georgian government has gone to Brussels in order to have at least some initial discussion on these twelve recommendations,” the President of Georgia, Salome Zurabishvili, said at the briefing.
She noted that the Association Council will be held in the next week, where the Prime Minister is also invited, and this will be a good opportunity that should not be missed.
“A very serious moment is starting now, as in a week the Association Council will be held, where the Prime Minister is invited to, and this will be the first important meeting after the summer and the recommendations. I would like to emphasize once again that it is very strange to me that no one from the Government has arrived in Brussels to have at least some initial discussion on these twelve recommendations.
“This will be the first opportunity to have a serious conversation with our European partners, and this moment cannot be missed. The steps to be taken are very clear for the Prime Minister, the Government and the majority,” said Zurabishvili.