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Anna Fotyga protects Georgia2010-08-27 17:28
Anna Fotyga submitted resignation from her position in the International Labour Oranisation as a protest against statements of Komorowski about Georgia - Gazeta Wyborcza [Georgian newspaper].gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Bearing in mind that my point of view on Georgia's position in geopolitics is different, I let you, Mr. Minister, know that I wouldn't be able to occupy such a crucial for international arena position and renounce my participation in the International Labour Organisation", the ex-Foreign Minister wrote past week, addressing the present-day Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski.
One day before that, when giving interview to Rzeczpospolita newspaper, Bronislaw Komorowski was asked whether Georgians can count on him as on Kaczynski. He replied: "In this sense, I guess, no. Because I won't go abroad only because the President of Georgia wants so."
Yet he expressed unambiguous support for rights of all nations for self-determination and own independency; and also backed the principle of territorial integrity of Georgia. "Though we won't be able to replace the United States in the role it seems wants to play. And, perhaps, because of this persuasion from the Polish side some hopes, going to far, appeared."