Foreign Ministries of Georgia and Poland hold political consultations
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 15 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Political consultations between foreign ministries of Georgia and Poland were held in Tbilisi.
During the consultations, the sides discussed a broad spectrum of current political and economic issues, as well as the issues of enhancement of existing bilateral relations between Georgia and Poland, current relations with the EU and NATO and future prospects. At the meeting, the sides underlined the necessity of deepening cooperation in various fields and activating interaction in a multilateral format, the Georgian Foreign Ministry said.
At the meeting, the Polish side reaffirmed its support for Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity within its universally acknowledged borders, as well as for the process of Georgia's integration with the European and Euro-Atlantic structures.
The next round of political consultations will be held in Warsaw.