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  • 20 October 2017

    MFA head met today with the Georgian Vice Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze.

    The Polish and Georgian foreign ministers discussed their respective expectations of the coming Eastern Partnership summit. They outlined their assessments of the security situation in the context of Russia’s aggressive policy in the region and in Eastern Europe. “A political settlement of the Abkhazia and the Tskhinvali region/South Ossetia problem is needed,” stressed Poland’s top diplomat. Minister Janelidze in turn drew the Polish delegation’s attention to the difficult humanitarian situation of the inhabitants of the occupied part of Georgia.

     

     

    The Polish MFA head reiterated Poland’s support for Georgia’s sovereignty and integrity. “Georgia has demonstrated great determination in seeking integration with the European and Euro-Atlantic community which translates into a sense of freedom and security felt by the Georgian people,” he added.

     

    After the talks, the Polish and Georgian ministers jointly opened the second meeting of experts in the Tbilisi Conference format, attended by representatives of the Polish Ministry of Infrastructure and Construction and the Georgian Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure. “Sharing Poland’s experiences relating to the process of approximation to EU requirements represents a significant contribution to the process of consistently closer ties between Georgia and the European structures,” the foreign ministers unanimously emphasized in their addresses to the participants of this year’s Conference. 

     

    MFA Press Office

     

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