Natalia Dobrovolskaya. The European Commission considers possible emergency positive advice on transition to a visa-free regime with Georgia, said the European Commissioner for neighbourhood policy and enlargement negotiations Johannes Hahn at the press conference with Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili.
"If certain very clear these outstanding issues will be resolved, I will not rule out the possibility that very soon has a chance to be a very positive final report," said Khan.
last week, the EC presented a report on the performance of Georgia and Ukraine requirements towards visa liberalisation. As emphasized in the statement that Georgia has not yet fulfilled all the tips for the abolition of visas with the EU, the EC is waiting for additional steps to change the law and institutional framework. According to the official envoy of the EC Natasha Berto, Ukraine and Georgia will not go to visa-free travel to the conference of the Eastern partnership in Riga on may 21-22, because they still expected to fulfill a number of recommendations to the EC.
The European Commission in the communiqu? specified that the subsequent report on the progress of Georgia and Ukraine towards the abolition of visas would be ready by the end of 2015.