The European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee support Ukraine, Georgia, Kosovo visa-free deal

The advisory group individuals embraced three movements “approaching Common Freedoms Board of trustees to take up this suggestion, as these nations have accomplished huge advancement in actualizing the benchmarks set for lifting visa prerequisites and it will elevate individuals to-individuals contacts,” as per an official articulation. 

On account of Ukraine, a sum of 42 votes were in support, three against and six abstentions; Georgia’s movement was embraced with 43 votes, five against and three abstentions; Kosovo with 38 votes, seven against and six abstentions. 

The movements will now be sent to the Common Freedoms Board of trustees, where they would hold up to be voted on after the late spring break.


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