Georgia is waiting for a positive response from the European Union (EU) about the visa liberalization at the Riga Summit.
At a seminar, organized by EU- Georgia business council on "Prospects for association agreement between Georgia and EU", Tamar Beruchashvili, Deputy Foreign Minister, has given his remarks.
Beruchashvili stated that there exists two phases, referred to as Legislative and implementation phases, in the visa liberalization action plan. At present the first phase i.e. legislative phase is almost completed, while the implementation phase is expected to commence in autumn.
By the end of 2016, Georgia is eyeing to accomplish a visa-free regime with the European Union member states.