European Parliament intends to synchronize visa regime liberalization for Ukraine and Georgia
Earlier EU didn't plan to implement visa-free regime with Ukraine in 2016
The European Parliament intends to synchronize the visa regime liberalization processes for Ukraine and Georgia in case if there will be a time gap between them, - reported "Radio Liberty" Brussels correspondent Rickard Yozvyak on Twitter.
“Important MEPs say that if the visa liberalization process of Ukraine and Georgia is decoupled, the European Parliament will attempt to re-couple it” – said in the message.
Earlier, the EU declared that the positive report of the European Commission to liberalize the visa regime for Ukraine, submitted in December 2015, does not guarantee that Ukraine will receive a visa-free regime with the EU in the current 2016.
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