Georgia, Tbilisi, July 13 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Poland wil continue to support Georgia's territorial integrity, Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski told his Georgian counterpart Grigol Vashadze today at a joint briefing in Tbilisi.
The briefing was held after a meeting between Vashadze and Sikorski.
After the talks, a dialogue was held in an enlarged format with the participation of delegations from both countries' foreign ministries.
As to the term "occupation" used by the United States in regards to Russia's actions in Georgia, Sikorski stressed that Poland has already been using this word for some time.
"We call for the rigorous enforcement of the ceasefire agreement dated Aug. 12, 2008," he said. "We will continue to exert pressure on Russia to achieve the execution of the document."
The Polish official added that newly elected Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski defined his foreign policy priorities at a meeting at the Foreign Ministry.
"Our political priorities remain unchanged," he said. "Although the political climate has changed, Warsaw will continue to support Georgia's integration into NATO."
In his turn, Vashadze called Poland a reliable partner that supports Georgia's "commitment to NATO and the EU. Its advice is used in our relations with the EU," he said.