Georgian passports are issued to citizens of Georgia to facilitate international travel.
Visa-free travel or visa on arrival is available for several different destinations. It is estimated that as of April 2009, Georgian citizens are able to enter approximately 67 countries on Visa-Free or Visa on Arrival option (IATA/Star Alliance Source).
Due to EU enlargement in 2004 - 2007 and because of European Union common and uniform visa regulation policy, Georgian citizens lost visa free movement in new EU member states like Lithuania, Latvia, Czech Republic, Poland etc...(permitted up to 2003), Romania and Bulgaria (permitted up to 2006).
On 1 September 2008 Extraordinary European Council focused on Georgia. The 27 member states of European Union offered Georgia a visa facilitation agreement for its citizens and a creation of a fully free trade agreement. The process is being implemented currently. (Source: CE doc. 12594/08 )
Data taken from International passport requirements from IATA, Star Alliance data base available on-line for travellers.