Parliament Speaker: EU enlargement pragmatic policy replaces so-called Euroscepticism, now consolidation for common goal most important

  • The path to achieving Georgia’s "main goal" - joining the EU - has been a “long road” and to become a full-fledged member, the country has to proceed “wisely in many ways”, including economical, institutional development, and maintenance of a stable environment, stressed the Parliament Speaker. Photo: Parliament of Georgia

Agenda.ge, 8 Dec 2022 - 21:33, Tbilisi,Georgia

Seeking for a pragmatic policy of EU enlargement replaced the so-called Euroscepticism that some European Union countries had. Now Georgian society and political leaders must consolidate to achieve the common goal of joining the EU, Georgian Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili said on Thursday.

Papuashvili summarised the visit of the Georgian Parliamentary delegation to Germany, the Netherlands and Luxembourg and said they had agreed to exchange information on general policy, environmental, education and other issues at the parliamentary committee level, highlighting the importance to move the relationship with the EU member state parliaments into a “closer, more intensive stage”.

When we [Georgians] are in the implementation process of the EU recommendations, this step of strengthening bilateral relations is important for the positive decision to be made by 27 member states finally for our country”, Papuashvili noted.

The path to achieving Georgia’s "main goal" - joining the EU - has been a “long road” and to become a full-fledged member, the country has to proceed “wisely in many ways”, including economical, institutional development, and maintenance of a stable environment, stressed the Parliament Speaker.

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