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Along with four other Foreign Ministers, Nickolay Mladenov conveyed Europe’s message in Tbilisi

17 September 2012 News

“Georgia is an excellent example of how determination in dialogue with the EU and NATO produces concrete benefits. There is progress on the Association Agreement and on free trade, as well as the first steps towards visa liberalisation. Other Eastern Partnership countries can learn from this progress,” Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nickolay Mladenov said in Tbilisi today during a visit by five EU foreign ministers. Along with his counterparts from Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and the Czech Republic, Minister Mladenov held talks with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of the Parliament David Bakradze and Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze, as well as with representatives of the opposition and civil society.


We are here to support reforms in Georgia, its stability and territorial integrity, Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister said on behalf of his colleagues. He emphasised that the European Union believes that as a democratic country, Georgia will hold on October 1 free and fair elections, the outcome of which will be decided at the polls. We believe that after the big improvements made to the electoral law, the most important conditions for the quality of the electoral processhave been fulfilled, Minister Mladenov said.

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