Shalva Papuashvili on Viktor Orbán’s letter: These are internal discussions of the EU, in which we cannot get involved - Georgia has a positive recommendation from the European Commission and nothing is hampering it

These are internal discussions of the European Union, in which of course we will not and cannot get involved. We are interested in our issue, - Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia Shalva Papuashvili said regarding the letter sent by Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán to European Council President Charles Michel.

As Shalva Papuashvili pointed out, Georgia has a positive recommendation from the European Commission and nothing is hampering it.

"These are internal discussions of the European Union, in which of course we will not and cannot get involved. We are interested in our issue. We have a positive recommendation from the European Commission and nothing is hampering it. We see that no country publicly questions this, therefore, we are waiting for a decision regarding Georgia. Especially in Georgia, it is being discussed whether it should be considered as a package or something like that. I don't know, last year, in June, wasn't it a package? Why were there different decision? Nothing is preventing EU member states from making a positive decision regarding Georgia. Therefore, we are expecting a positive decision", - noted Papuashvili.

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