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Georgia and Poland signed an agreement on cooperation in security sphere2010-02-19 13:58
Georgia and Poland signed the first document on cooperation in security sphere: Plan of Cooperation between National Security Bureau of Poland and National Security Council of Georgia for 2010-2011." The document was inked by heads of the agencies: Alexander Szczglo and Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The document implies cooperation in the spheres of economic, energy, national security, struggle with international terrorism, establishing closer relations with the EU.
At the press conference Alexander Szczyglo said Poland recognizes sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia, and its government records this position at all the meetings at the international level.
He highlighted that Poland and Georgia have many common interests in spheres of energy, economic, national and regional security.
"We are ready to help Georgia to let it have the same national security system as in Central Europe," he said.
Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili highlighted that such cooperation is especially important when "a significant part of Georgian territories is occupied and troops of a foreign state are deployed there".
"Till foreign troops are staying in our territory, threat to our security will exist," she noted.