Georgian President, Moldovan PM consider necessary to develop unified plan
Georgia, Tbilisi, Sept.8 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and Moldovan Prime Minister Vladimir Filat discussed plans related to the integration into the European Union at a meeting in Krynica, Poland.
As the Georgian presidential administration told Trend, the meeting was held within participation at the World Economic Forum.
"The meeting discussed deepening mutual relations between the two countries. The sides have agreed to develop a unified action plan that will further accelerate the integration of both countries into the European structures," Georgian presidential administration said.
Saakashvili and Filat did not exclude that in case of availability of such a unified plan, "some progressive decisions" will be taken with regard to Georgia and Moldova at the upcoming "Eastern Partnership" summit in Warsaw in late September and the process of integration into European structures will be more successful.
The sides also agreed to expand trade and economic cooperation, establishment of new joint ventures and implementation of joint projects in tourism and other spheres. During the dialogue, the parties discussed the Moldovan-Georgian relations, stressing the need to strengthen dialogue between Chisinau and Tbilisi and develop bilateral relations.
Filat thanked the Georgian authorities for humanitarian aid provided to eliminate the consequences of flooding in Moldova in summer of 2010.
Filat and Saakashvili emphasized the need for the start of work of the Intergovernmental Moldovan-Georgian Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation, mutual organization of national goods exhibitions, strengthening the process of establishment of joint ventures and implementation of joint projects in tourism and other spheres.