A delegation of European Union Affairs Committee of the German Bundestag is in Georgia from Tuesday (2 May) until Friday (5 May).
The purpose of the visit is to discuss ongoing reforms in Georgia and expand cooperation with the European Union and Germany with Georgian officials and civil society groups.
According to the German Embassy in Georgia, during the visit German MPs will meet Georgian Minister of Justice Rati Bregadze, the Minister of Economy Levan Davitashvili, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Teimuraz Janjalia, and the Speaker of the Parliament Shalva Papuashvili.
The German delegation will also meet with representatives of civil society groups, media, and professionals from the economy and culture sectors.
In a statement, the German Embassy in Georgia said, "as Georgia submitted an application for membership to the European Union in March 2022 and has had the prospect of joining the EU since June 2022, the talks will concern necessary reforms and the structure of relations and cooperation between Georgia and the EU."