Visa liberalization should not be interrupted and at the same time, it is important to think about and help our citizens in this regard, President's Spokesperson Khatia Moistsrapishvili said while commenting on the visa liberalization.
According to her, it’s important the process of visa liberalization to continue as it was planned before.
“Of course, it is essential that visa liberalization, which is one of the main achievements of Georgia, not to pose problems and the process to be continued as it was planned from the very beginning. In parallel, you know that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released a statement, saying that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, together with the Ministry of Health, is negotiating with EU member states, including France, Poland and Germany, regarding the legal employment of Georgian citizens. Georgia also actively cooperates with Israel in this regard,” Khatia Moistsrapishvili said.