Hungary has ratified the Georgia-European Union (EU) Association Agreement (AA).
At a Parliamentary session on Tuesday, the vast majority of members of the Hungarian Parliament voted to ratify the AA deals with Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova, stated the press centre of Georgia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The decision was adopted unanimously with 127 votes.
Intrastate ratification procedures will be completed immediately after the President of Hungary signs the Agreement next week.
The AA deals were signed by Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova and EU representatives in Brussels on June 27.
EU association deals need to be ratified by all 28 EU member countries before they can be fully implemented.
The European Parliament said it would ratify the document in December.