Georgian citizens still need visa to work in Europe
The Georgian citizens intending to work in Europe yet will need a visa, the European Commissioner for Migration, Interior and citizenship, Dimitris Avramopoulos, said.
"Exceptions to the visa regime will address short stay up to 90 days per period of 180 days, and it will not apply to persons who are engaged in gainful activity. This will include, for example, tourist visits, short internship, study, business trips, participation in fairs and conferences. The way is open for this purpose, " Georgia Online quotes him as saying.