“The cases of Ukraine and Georgia are officially separated at the European Parliament. I do hope that sooner or later, Ukraine will obtain the visa-free regime with the EU, because it’s essential for Ukrainians, Europeans, Georgia and the entire Eastern Partnership”, said the EU official.
Later that day, Georgian ambassador in the EU Natalya Sabanadze confirmed to Interfax-Ukraine agency that the cases of Ukraine and Georgia will be considered separately.
As 112 International reported, the Ukrainian week in the European Parliament came to its end on March 2. The Ukrainian delegation came to Brussels to discuss prospects of visa free regime and other issues of bilateral cooperation.