Censor.NET reports referring to the Committee's July 7 agenda.
Polish deputy Jacek Saryusz-Wolski is to report on the issue.
The Committee's voting is one of the stages of the visa-free regime introduction.
The vote is only advisory in nature and its possible positive outcome will not mean a guaranteed visa liberalization.
As reported, on June 10, at a meeting of the EU's Justice and Home Affairs Council, the ministers of EU countries could not agree on the liberalization of visa regime for Georgia, Ukraine, Kosovo, and Turkey.
Earlier, Ukraine had adopted 137 laws and regulations intended for visa liberalization with the EU.
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