President Margvelashvili: Georgia’s current goal is to return to European family

Fri 07 April 2017 15:10 GMT | 19:10 Local Time

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Georgia’s current goal is to return to the European family and become an EU member with strong democracy, stable institutions, human rights protection, rule of law, economic development and a European legal system.

The due statement came from President Giorgi Margvelashvili during his annual address to the nation, APA reported citing Agenda.ge, an English-language news platform.

The president welcomed visa-free travel for Georgian citizens to the EU’s Schengen Area.

Margelashvili noted that one of the main priorities of Georgia's foreign policy is to expand the Europe-Asia transport corridor and take an active part in new projects in this direction.  

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