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Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Grigory Karasin stated that Russia has nothing against the visa-free regime with Georgia.

Axar.az reports that, Russia has nothing against the visa-free regime with Georgia, but the issue is tied to diplomatic relations between the countries, Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Grigory Karasin said Tuesday.
Earlier in the day, Karasin met with Zurab Abashidze, Special Representative of the Prime Minister of Georgia for relations with Russia to discuss trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian issues in Prague, Czech Republic.

"Russia has nothing against the visa-free regime with Georgia," Karasin told journalists, noting though the absence of diplomatic relations between the two countries at the moment.

"To a certain extent, this issue is dependent on the diplomatic relations," Karasin added.

Meanwhile, Georgia does not see a direct link between simplification or cancellation of visa requirements and the absence of diplomatic relations, Abashidze said citing as proof the unilateral restoration of visa-free travel for Russian citizens in 2009.

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2017.02.07 / 23:29
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