Pawel Herczynski, EU Ambassador to Georgia said progress has been made in terms of fulfilling 12 priorities, although some points have only been partially fulfilled.
According to him, there are still a few weeks left before the publication of the report by the European Commission, and he hopes that there will be intensive work by all political forces in Georgia.
“At the end of June, there was an oral update, and as you all know, the European Commission at the end of June assessed that out of the 12 priorities, three were fully implemented. From the end of June, several months have passed, so progress has been made. And the state of play will be assessed precisely one month from now. We are expecting an enlargement report. Clearly, progress has been made on some priorities, where we had only partial implementation of 12 priorities. There are still several weeks left. So we hope that all hands will be on deck, the work will intensify, and as much progress as possible will be made until the publication of the enlargement report a month from now,” the Ambassador stated.