Kvirikashvili to celebrate visa waiver for Georgia in Athens and Brussels
Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili will travel to Europe to celebrate visa waiver the right of visa-free movement for Georgians across the EU.
He said at today’s Government Meeting that it is important for Georgia to prove itself a responsible partner to the EU and to respect the conditions of the recently-received privileges of visa-free travel.
The minister recalled that the visa free travel will come into force on March 28. Kvirikashvili will be among the first to enjoy the right of visa-free movement across the EU. He will lead an unofficial youth delegation to the ancient Greece capital of Athens and later to Belgium’s capital of Brussels in the centre of Europe, Agenda.ge reported.
"Together with students, I will travel to Athens and Brussels to celebrate visa waiver," he posted on his Twitter page.
The Georgian delegation will celebrate Georgia’s historic achievement with a series of events.