Before the Eastern Partnership Summit in Riga (21-22nd of May 2015) the discussion about the possibility of granting visa-free regime with the EU to Georgia and Ukraine has intensified. Both Tbilisi and Kyiv are implementing required reforms, the decision on visa liberalisation is still unsure, however. Therefore, the Stefan Batory Foundation since the beginning of 2015, has been releasing policy briefs summarizing the efforts taken by Georgia and Ukraine on their path to visa-free regime with the EU – this time focusing on migration.
This document can be read in English: No 3 – Towards visa-free regime – Georgia
and in Polish: No 3 – Na drodze do ruchu bezwizowego – GruzjaTags: EaP, EaP summit in Riga, Eastern Partnership, EU visa, Georgia, Schengen visa, visa free EU, visa liberalisation