Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bakhtadze and Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Grosman signed a bilateral agreement between the Georgian government and Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers on visa-free travel.
According to the document, traveling between Georgia and Ukraine will be possible only with ID documents. As Government’s press office reports, Head of the government noted that it is a big step to make the relations between the two countries more intensive and strategic.
The signing ceremony was held in Chisinau after the meeting between the Prime Ministers of Georgia and Ukraine. The sides highlighted the positive dynamics of bilateral cooperation, the potential for further deepening of economic ties, the importance of inter-ethnic relations, as well as the common aspirations and challenges of the two countries.
Prime Ministers confirmed their readiness for continuing mutual cooperation between Georgia and Ukraine in both bilateral and multilateral formats.