Georgian, Polish presidents agree to intensify cooperation on Georgia's integration to EU, NATO
TBILISI. Nov 8 (Interfax) - Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili and Polish President Andrzej Duda have agreed to intensify cooperation on issues related to Georgia's European and Euro-Atlantic integration during a meeting in Warsaw on Wednesday, the Georgian presidential administration said.
Presidents of two countries discussed issues of preparations for the upcoming NATO and Eastern Partnership summits, the presidential administration said.
Margvelashvili pointed out at the meeting that "the experience that turned Poland into one of the European Union's and NATO's leading countries" is crucial for Georgia, it said.
He also thanked his Polish counterpart for support to Georgia in issues of territorial integrity and others in various international formats and organizations.
The parties discussed issues of bilateral cooperation in various directions, the Georgian presidential administration said.
Margvelashvili invited Duda to attend celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of Georgian statehood in Georgia on May 26, 2018, it said.