Saakashvili left for Poland
Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili went on a visit to Poland. According to "Georgia-News", there he will attend a summit of "Eastern Partnership". Spokesman president Manana Manjgaladze released this information today at a briefing. She recalled that this will be the second such summit. It will be held on September 29-30, in Warsaw.
"The President of Georgia will attend a very important forum, at the summit of the "Eastern Partnership" which will be held in Warsaw. It will be also attended by leaders of European institutions, as well as leaders of the countries of Eastern Europe and several leaders of EU member states" - said Manjgaladze. She explained that the "Eastern Partnership" - is "an opportunity for closer cooperation between Georgia and the EU".
"Georgia attaches great importance to deepening relations with the EU, and the deepening economic and trade relations is particularly important. From this perspective, we hope that till the end of the year an agreement to launch negotiations on a free trade agreement that will enable the Georgian business more broadly open the doors of the European market" - spokesman added. According to her, at the summit they will discuss security issues - both in Georgia and the Caucasus region as a whole.