EU opens door to GEORGIA as visa-free travel AGREED for Russian neighbour
The EU agreed the new deal in principle yesterday, which would allow Georgians to travel to Europe without a visa and stay there for 90 days within a 180-day period - and vice versa.
But the proposals will not be rolled out until safeguards to stem the influx of migrants could be out in place.
Georgia, situated on Russia’s border, has been caught in a political tussle between the West and Moscow - which opposes its EU aspirations.
Now the fight could have come to an end as the EU decides to embrace the state, bringing it into the Schengen agreement - and risking further angering Russia... read more