Georgia approves new regulations on travel to EU countries
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept.2
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
Georgian Parliament has approved the legislative changes in the third reading, which will impose new regulations on travel to EU countries within the framework of visa liberalization, Trend reports via Georgian media.
The draft law defines the cases when a citizen of Georgia may be refused to cross the border.
If Georgian citizen does not have the following:
Valid biometric passport
Booking of the hotel/apartment or other documents; address of the host who has legal residence in the EU/Schengen area
Proof of funds
In addition to the above, if a citizen creates conditions to abuse the right to asylum in a foreign country, she/he will face imprisonment for a term of three to six years.
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