Komorowski: Poland will facilitate the accession of Georgia to NATO
According to Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski, Poland intends to support Georgia's aspirations to join such institutions as the EU and NATO and will assist it in any way. According to Trend, such a statement was made today at a press conference in Batumi by the head of Poland, who currently is on a visit to Sakartvelo.
"Georgia is on the right way, and we fully support your country on the way of democratic reform and European integration" - added Komorowski.
He also stressed the importance of "improving" relations between Georgia and the EU. "We need to raise our relations to a new level and Poland is ready to help Georgia on this way" - said the head of Poland.
He called on Polish businessmen to invest in the Georgian economy more actively. "However, it should not be one-way transfer, the Georgian business should activity enter the EU, including Poland's, markets" - said Komorowski.
In turn, the Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said that is important country in the region. "Poland, strengthening in the EU, can can help countries, aspiring to NATO membership, to look forward to the future" - Saakashvili said.
"Poland is becoming a strong regional state, which has successfully coped with the economic crisis, what was the merit of current government, and now the president of Poland has a balanced foreign policy" - he added.