Georgia, Israel sign agreement on visa-free travel
Tbilisi, Georgia, Nov. 18
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
On November 18, Georgia and Israel signed an agreement on a visa-free travel regime. The document was signed by Interior Minister, Irakli Garibashvili on behalf of the Georgian government. From the Israeli side the document was signed by Israel's Deputy Interior Minister, Faina Kirshenbaum.
In accordance with this agreement, the citizens of Georgia will be able to be in Israel without a visa for 90 days within six months. On Nov. 18 Garibashvili and the Israeli ambassador to Georgia, Yuval Fuchs signed an agreement on cooperation in public safety and fight against crime.
The document sets the procedure for cooperation in the fight against those serious crimes that are the responsibility of the Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Israeli Ministry of Public Security.
The agreement will come into force after relevant intergovernmental procedures are completed.