Chairman of the parliamentary political group “European Socialists” Fridon Injia summarized his official visit to the European Parliament in Brussels in the format of “political debate” at the plenary session of the Parliament.

📍 Chairman of the parliamentary political group “European Socialists” Fridon Injia summarized his official visit to the European Parliament in Brussels in the format of “political debate” at the plenary session of the Parliament.
🔷 “I would like to inform you about my official visit to the European Parliament in Brussels, where you were invited by the left-wing MEPs Mick Wallace and Claire Dale.
🔷 It should be noted that a number of important high-level meetings were held within the framework of the “Georgian Voice in the European Parliament” event, where I had the opportunity to provide fair and unbiased information to the MEPs about the current political events in Georgia and the implementation of the 12-point recommendation.
At the meeting with Mick Vollas and Claire Dale, we agreed on a close and comprehensive long-term mutual cooperation.
🔷 I believe that it is very important to share the concept and approach of the ruling circles of the European Union, which our partner Euro MPs are talking about. The European Union should implement the main principle, respect for the constitution of the partner countries, democratic and fair approach to the states that aspire to the membership of the European Union.
🔷 Also, within the framework of the visit, I had a meeting with European Parliamentarian Helmut Scholz on his initiative, who is a three-time European Parliamentarian representative of the left-wing group from Germany; One of the heads of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs in the European Parliament.
🔷 I would like to point out that a very fruitful meeting took place between us and the desire to deepen future close cooperation was expressed. He unequivocally confirmed his and his political group’s support for Georgia’s EU candidate status.
🔷 Also, I would like to tell you that a meeting was held with Maria Kaliurand, also on her initiative, who is one of the heads of the EU-Georgia Parliamentary Association Committee in the European Parliament.
🔷 Maria Kaliurandi had a very principled and quite intense conversation regarding current political processes in Georgia. Unfortunately, at the meeting there were rather unarguable and, in many cases, illogical opinions and discussions, which we countered with quite solid arguments and facts regarding the fact that Georgia really deserves to be granted the status of a candidate for the European Union and an objective and impartial assessment of the current political events by European parliamentarians and European structures. from the side.
🔷 A special press-conference was held in the European Parliament with the participation of the MEPs and myself, where media outlets accredited by the European Parliament were invited.
🔷 And finally, on the final day of the event, I was personally honored and given the opportunity to make an extensive speech from the high tribune of the European Parliament and make an address in Georgian.
🔷 During my speech in the European Parliament, on behalf of myself and my political team, I emphasized the importance of granting Georgia the status of a candidate country of the European Union and the need for a fair and impartial approach to this issue by the high structures of the European Parliament.
🔷 I would like to point out once again, which of course I should have stated in the European Parliament as well, that Georgia deserves to be granted the status of a candidate for the European Union, which today will be beneficial for both Georgia and the European Union from an economic and political point of view.”

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