Pawel Herczynski, the European Union Ambassador to Georgia, on Wednesday noted “progress” made by Georgian authorities on some priorities outlined by the EU for granting the country a membership candidate status, with his office waiting for “certain decisions” to be made on other issues.
Herczynski said he hoped there would be “no problems” with the implementation of the recommendations, and that the process of Georgia's integration into the EU would continue “successfully”.
The work continues, I sincerely hope that significant progress will be achieved and the Commission's opinion will be in favour of Georgia's European aspiration”, the diplomat said.
“By the end of the year, the progress will be assessed first by the European Commission, and then the decision will be taken by the leaders of the 27 member states”, he added.
Herczynski on Wednesday held the second round of his meetings with officials of the Georgian Parliament to review the process of the implementation of the conditions, and will conclude the meetings over the next two weeks.