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Members of European Parliament support Georgia’s visa-liberalization
Publish Time 2016-03-30 18:12:00
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.
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