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Members of European Parliament support Georgia’s visa-liberalization


Members of the European Parliament made their comment over the statement made by Joseph Daul, President of European People’s Party (EPP) about Georgia’s being granted with visa-liberalization with Europe.  

European MPs said that they supported Georgia and did not know whether Daul’s statement represented the united position of EPP. 

Members of European Parliament are holding meetings in Georgia. They met with representatives of non-governmental organizations. 


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