Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili Monday said the ruling Georgian Dream (GD) “has done the most” in 30 years, signing an Association Agreement, Free Trade Agreement, Visa-Free Regime and application for EU membership, among them.
“Before that, nothing European happened in the country. There was a dictatorial, authoritarian regime based on oppression, torture, murder, etc.
Most importantly, our party wrote in the Constitution in 2017 that [Georgia’s] foreign policy course is Euro-Atlantic. We did not just write it for the record, but we brought real, tangible results to the country.
Today they [opposition] talk that if we do not get the status [EU candidate], the government will be accountable – in no case, friends. The government has done its best, the rest is a working process,” Garibashvili stated.
The PM pledged the government to be committed to continuing democratic reforms in the country.