Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili handed over the second part of the EU Accession Questionnaire to the EU Ambassador to Georgia Carl Hartzell.
“We are pleased to present the answers to the questionnaire. We have completed the filling, a total of 7 books have been published and we are happy to hand them over to you. We look forward to understanding the decision of the European Commission and the Member States,” the Prime Minister said.
Proud to have handed the Questionnaire to the 🇪🇺 Ambassador to 🇬🇪 @CarlHartzellEU. Thus, we have stepped into the paramount stage of our country’s 🇪🇺 integration path. I am sure of 🇬🇪’s success on in pursuit of the ultimate goal of the Georgian people. pic.twitter.com/HlO31tQY9L
— Irakli Garibashvili (@GharibashviliGe) May 2, 2022
The second, sectoral part of the European Commission questionnaire includes 33 chapters, up to 2300 questions in all sectoral directions, and its delivery date was set by the European Union on 13 May. In order to fill the volume of the questionnaire effectively and in the shortest possible time, all relevant state agencies were involved, and the process was personally controlled by PM Garibashvili.
On May 2, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili submitted the first completed part of the EU questionnaire to EU Ambassador Carl Hartzell.
After accepting the completed questionnaire, the European Commission will prepare its assessment and refer it to the Council of the European Union afterwards, which likely makes a relevant decision in late June.