Georgia and Armenia are facilitating the movement of their citizens in both directions, and soon they will be able to cross border with their ID cards. This is what Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan stated while providing details of his visit to Georgia during a question-and-answer session with government officials in parliament on 4 March.
“Georgia and Armenia signed a memorandum according to which citizens will have the opportunity to cross the Georgian and Armenian borders with their ID cards. We agreed that now we will implement the agreement,” Nikol Pashinyan said.
Until now, citizens of both countries could cross the border only with regular or biometric passports. The timing of the agreement’s implementation is not yet known.