The EC’s 12-point recommendations are significant and should be fulfilled, said Georgian Foreign Minister Ilia Darchiashvili.
The Foreign Minister said the government, the ruling team and the parliament were working on the recommendations through united joint efforts.
According to Ilia Darchiashvili, the European partners outlined those recommendations, their viewpoints always mattered, and Georgia would spare no effort to consider them, even though some European partners voiced their critical assessments.
“Of course, some opinions are baseless, and there is no ground for hearing such statements, but the process of inclusiveness that we have opened, trying to involve all stakeholders in our daily activities, will continue in the future. For us, the voice of partners, the opinions of partners have always been, are and will be interesting,” Darchiashvili stated.