Georgia has quite a long list of reforms that need to be implemented in the country and the EU will deploy the necessary help and funds to continue to work in this direction, EU Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement, Oliver Varhelyi stated at a news conference after an Eastern Partnership Foreign Affairs Ministers’ meeting today.
If Georgia wants to implement the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) quicker, we are ready to do so. As I have already said, every opportunity has been provided to all the countries of the Eastern Partnership to be more involved, and we are ready to be more involved as well”, Oliver Varhelyi said.
Varhelyi noted that the best way to continue working with Georgia is to implement the DCFTA, which is ‘a good and the fastest way of integration’.
Georgia signed the Association Agreement with the EU in 2014, which includes the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area agreement with the European Union.