Georgia: The Georgian Premier Irakli Gharibashvili said on Saturday that the expectations regarding the EU Membership Questionnaire, which was handed over by the EU, are positive.
As per the sources, the Head of the Georgian Government told the correspondents that the administration has done everything possible to fulfil all of its obligations and continues the process of reforms.
He also went on to say that Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine will present the questionnaire together and we will wait for the decision, which will be important for the further development of our nations.
“Finally, we agreed, and the Questionnaire was completed. The state agencies have worked very effectively. All questions have been filled out, and the document is all set to be handed over to the EU Ambassador to Georgia before being submitted to Brussels. We have positive expectations, and we have fulfilled our obligations honestly. The reform process we have begun will continue and will come to an end. The Associated Trio – Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine – will jointly present this Questionnaire, and we will await the outcome, which will be critical for our nation’s future growth. All agencies were part of this process, and I want to express my gratitude for their arduous efforts,” Irakli Gharibashvili said himself.
For reference, Georgia has finished the first part of the Questionnaire that was given by the EU, and the Government will submit it to the European Commission on coming Monday.
The Questionnaire was handed over to Georgia on April 11 in Luxembourg.
Furthermore, the second part of the Questionnaire handed over by the EU for Georgia’s European Union membership yesterday has been published by the Georgian Government, following a decision taken by the Georgian Premier Irakli Garibashvili to make the document public.
The decision regarding making the Questionnaire available for everybody was made by the members involved in the meeting of the Government Commission on EU Integration led by the Georgian PM. The second part of the Questionnaire, which was published yesterday, focuses on topics and compatibility with the EU legislation of particular sectors of the nation, the Government Administration stated.