Ukraine will receive visa-free regime with EU on January 1, - journalist
Georgia will abolish visa besides Ukraine
Visa-free regime between Ukraine and the European Union will work from January 1, 2017. Radio Svoboda journalist in Brussels Rikard Jozwiak wrote this on Twitter.
According to him, Georgia will also receive a visa-free regime with the EU. He notes that the abolition of visa decision can be made in October this year.
"European diplomats are still awaiting the final decision of the European Parliament and the EU Council to abolish visas for Georgia and Ukraine in October and the introduction of a visa-free regime with the countries as of January 1, 2017", Jozwiak wrote.
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