Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia, said that festive events would be arranged specially across the country to observe visa-free travel to the European Union, which will commence from 28 March.
He was quoted by the Georgia Today as saying that since the EU has given a go-ahead, their country would be holding special events on 26-28 March to mark this achievement across the country.
Kvirikashvili said that he would be leaving the former Soviet Republic for Athens and Brussels with the students of Georgia.
He said he would visit both these cities to celebrate Georgia’s visa waiver. He, meanwhile, asked the citizens of Georgia to not disregard the dates by following the visa-free prerequisites. To see that violations are kept a tab on, set up at the border checkpoints will be a special application to inform the Ministries of Justice and Interior.
After the implementation of the visa-free policy, all Georgian nationals holding biometric passports will be allowed to enter the Schengen zone, consisting of 22 EU member states and four EFTA countries (Iceland, Switzerland Liechtenstein and Norway) for up to 90 days within any 180-day period for business, vacation or any other purposes.
If you are looking to travel to the EU, get in touch with Y-Axis, a prominent immigration consultancy firm, to apply for a Schengen visa from one of its several global offices.