If the government continues its current course, the European Union will close its doors to Georgia, said EU’s chief diplomat for foreign affairs and security policy, Josep Borrell.

“We are going to discuss the situation in Georgia and one thing is clear: the door for Georgia to become member of the European Union is open. But if the government continues on the same track, continues doing what they are doing, this door will be closed. And the Georgian people will pay the consequences, will suffer the fact that the European perspective will be diminished or even cancelled”, Borrell stated.

It should be noted that serious problems have arisen in relations between Western countries and Tbilisi after the Georgian parliament adopted a draft law on “transparency of foreign influence.”