“I think that there is really a strong will to move reforms forward,” said Pawel Herczynski, EU Ambassador to Georgia, responding to the question on the Georgian government’s readiness to fulfill the European Commission’s recommendations.
“A lot has been done when it comes to the implementation of 12 priorities, especially in the last several months after the visit of HR/VP, High Representative Josep Borrell to Georgia. We have moved on many fronts, but a lot of work remains to be done.
We have talked to the Prime Minister. We have talked to many ministers. I think that there is really a strong will to move reforms forward. But we will see. Declarations are there. What we need is meaningful implementation, and I hope that this meaningful implementation will start immediately so that we can move Georgia closer to the membership of a European Union, which is a very clear wish of the overwhelming majority of the Georgian population,” he said.