Mariya Gabriel on LIBE Committee support to Georgia's visa free regimeThursday, 12 January 2017 14:55
“Greatly appreciate the support of LIBE Committee for Georgia's Visa.Lib process-Thanks for twoday's voting”-this post was made by the Vice President of the EPPGroup Head of the Bulgarian EPP Delegation.
According to Mariya Gabriel, this is a signal that European Parliament continues supporting Georgia and it’s Government.
As you know, LIBE Committee supported visa liberalization of Georgia today.
LIBE Committee supported visa free regime for Georgian citizensThursday, 12 January 2017 14:27
LIBE Committee supported visa free regime for Georgian citizens. 45 deputies participated in the voting. Only 2 detupies came against visa liberalization for Georgia. The Plenary session will hold in February.
Coreper confirmed an achieved agreement with European Parliament at 13 of December, 2016. As it is reported, Georgian citizens will allowed in Schengen Zone without visas in the nearest future.
Mikheil Janelidze comments on LIBE Committee decisionTuesday, 06 September 2016 14:35
The decision made by LIBE Committee confirms that the issue of visa liberalization of Georgia has been actively discussing in European Union –this statement was made by the Foreign Minister of Georgia Mikheil Janelidze.
According to him, Georgian side is waiting for positive decision from EU. Mikheil Janelidze hopes that the decision will be made before elections. He said that LIBE Committee supports the moves made by Georgian Government for visa free regime.
The European Parliament’s LIBE Committee has voted in favour of the report on the introduction of the visa-free regime for GeorgiaTuesday, 06 September 2016 14:25
European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) has voted in favour of the report on the introduction of the visa-free regime for Georgia by Parliament´s rapporteur for the proposal, Mariya Gabriel (EPP).
The Committee approved the visa waiver for Georgia by 44 votes to 5, paving the way for the plenary vote in the European Parliament. The Georgian Foreign Ministry welcomes the voting results of the LIBE Committee, which is yet another confirmation of the recognition of successful reforms carried out by Georgia and the European Parliament’s political support for Georgia’s visa liberalization.
After the voting and the adoption of the regulation, the amendment will be approved by the Council of the European Union at the European Parliament's plenary session.