Georgian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ilia Darchiashvili, has concluded his working visit to Brussels, where he engaged in meetings with several European Commissioners and high-ranking European Union officials, including European Commissioner for Enlargement Policy and Neighborhood Affairs, Oliver Varhelyi.
During these meetings, the discussions focused on the progress made by Georgia in implementing the 12 recommendations set forth by the European Union.
“I had a fruitful meeting with Mr. Varhey. We discussed the latest developments in our country, particularly focusing on ensuring that we make substantial progress on the 12 priorities before the October report.
We also talked about the issues we’ve submitted to the Venice Commission, which hold significant importance for Brussels, and the concrete, tangible results Georgia has achieved recently in this regard.
I reiterated our unwavering commitment to the reform agenda as our top priority. We will continue to work diligently to achieve our ultimate goal – full membership for our country. It’s a challenging but essential path for us,” stated Darchiashvili.