Georgian Parliament to establish working groups to launch EU accession negotiations


Mikheil Sarjveladze, an MP of the ruling Georgian Dream party, on Tuesday announced the creation of working groups in the Parliament to address the nine conditions outlined by the European Commission for opening European Union accession talks with Tbilisi, noting the groups would be open for opposition participation.

The opposition will have the opportunity to make its own contribution whenever and wherever necessary. However, it is important to note that the creation of working groups will be driven by necessity. We will establish them where there is real need. The process will be based on specific needs, and the opposition will be welcomed to engage accordingly”, the lawmaker said.

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