Every Georgian citizen should be responsible when using a big advantage such as visa liberalization – Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bkhtadze said when talking about threats posing the visa-free regime with countries of the European Union.
According to Bakhtadze, talks that Georgia may be suspended visa liberalization are groundless. “We talk about visa liberalization and Association Agreement with the European Union that is an endowment of the Georgian state and every citizen must handle it with much responsibility. . . . Some processes are ongoing but speculation that Georgia may be suspended visa liberalization, are fully devoid of ground,” Bakhtadze stated.