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Sikorski promised Georgia polish tourists2010-07-14 13:06
Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, received Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski in Batumi - Georgia Times correspondent. The diplomat highlighted his government would continue close cooperation and friendly relations with Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I'm sure Polish tourists will go here on vacations. Everyone in Poland paid attention what problems you have to cope with to attend funeral of Lech and Maria Kaczynskis. In the times of great tragedy we saw it as manifestation of respect and friendship from your side. I'd like to assure we have the best relations with Georgia. Poland supports territorial integrity of Georgia and EUMM activities. We are glad the agreement on associated membership in the EU was signed. We support the liberalization of visa regime between the EU and Georgia in the nearest times," Sikorski said.
According to the presidential press service, the meeting was held in a friendly atmosphere; issues of interrelations and cooperation between the two countries were considered.
"Mr. Sikorsky is young, but he is Georgia's long-time friend. He is not only an important political figure in Europe, but also a good advisor. We always exchange opinions about important issues. We achieved the agreement on the associated membership in the EU. Our cooperation with the USA is developing seriously. And still our Polish friends occupy one of the most important places in the foreign policy of Georgia", Saakashvili said after the meeting.
He called the visit very important as Polish businessmen showed interest in economy and business climate of Georgia. Saakashvili expressed hope that alongside with officials tourists from Poland would also come.