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    Polish FM to Strengthen Ties During Georgia Visit

    Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau is scheduled to visit Georgia on April 26-28, during which time he will meet with President Salome Zurabishvili, Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, and Foreign Minister Ilya Darchiashvili. The purpose of Minister Rau’s visit is to discuss bilateral relations between Poland and Georgia.

    According to MFA Spokesperson Łukasz Jasina, Georgia’s integration with the European Union and security issues due to Russian aggression against Ukraine are the focus of a discussion in the region, as progress and challenges are weighed. 

    Foreign Minister RauZbigniew of Poland visited Tbilisi, Georgia, where he met with Foreign Minister Ilia Darchiashvili to discuss the improvement of Polish-Georgian relations and the European future of Georgia. The two foreign ministers discussed the need for additional reforms to be implemented to ensure a successful European perspective for Georgia.

    “Poland has consistently supported, supports, and will continue to support the aspiration of Georgian society to join the European and transatlantic integration process,”

    Minister Rau said during a joint press conference with the Georgian Minister of Foreign Affairs.

    During the Minister of Foreign Affairs visit, he met with Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili. The talk discussed covered Georgia’s fulfilment of the 12 recommendations of the European Commission for obtaining UE candidate status.

    The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland is vising Georgia since yesterday. On Wednesday, April 26, he met with Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili. The meeting focused on Georgia’s progress in fulfilling the 12 recommendations of the European Commission needed to obtain candidate status from the European Union. Both leaders were optimistic about the country’s future and its prospects of becoming an EU member.

    Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau of Poland met with President Salome Zourabichvili of Georgia during his visit to Tbilisi. The two discussed the current state of Polish-Georgian bilateral relations and the European perspective of Georgia. Minister Rau showed his support for Georgia’s pro-Western aspirations. 

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