Oliver Varhelyi, the European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Monday handed over the EU membership questionnaire to Georgian Foreign Minister Ilia Darchiashvili in Luxembourg.
I handed over the questionnaire on #EU ?? application to Foreign Minister of #Georgia ?? @iliadarch in Luxembourg today: ‘This is the first step on your European path. We are ready to work with you very fast to deliver the opinion to the European Council as requested.´ pic.twitter.com/qfANjr4H7V
— Oliver Varhelyi (@OliverVarhelyi) April 11, 2022
FM Darchiashvili said, “by receiving the questionnaire, we have made another major step forward on the path of our people’s national choice – EU integration!”
By receiving the questionnaire, we have made another major step forward on the path of our people’s national choice – ?? integration! Many thanks, Commissioner @OliverVarhelyi.
?? will spare no efforts to timely fill in the document and proceed to the next stages! pic.twitter.com/XL7Kpy4YEL
— Ilia Darchiashvili (@iliadarch) April 11, 2022
Moldova also received the EU membership questionnaire today.
Here it is: a set of 369 questions for #Moldova to answer about its readiness to join the EU.
— Nicu Popescu (@nicupopescu) April 11, 2022
Georgia officially applied for EU membership on March 3. The European Council invited the European Commission to submit its opinions on the EU membership applications of Moldova and Georgia on March 11.
Commissioner @OliverVarhelyi has handed the questionnaire to Foreign Minister @iliadarch. ??’s European integration has now been upgraded to another level. We’re looking forward to continuing working in this direction & achieving the ultimate goal – becoming the member of the ??! pic.twitter.com/7mDzuR48QM
— MFA of Georgia (@MFAgovge) April 11, 2022