Polish President Andrzej Duda says that his country is ready to share some of its coronavirus vaccines with Georgia.
Duda made the statement during his meeting with Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili in Tbilisi earlier today.
He stated that Georgia and Poland should further strengthen ties, especially in the tourism field.
Zurabishvili stated that Georgia has lifted all restrictions for tourists who have received their coronavirus vaccines, adding that the country is open for Polish tourists as well.
She stated that Poland, which will take over the chairmanship of OSCE next year, will support Georgia to push forward occupation issues.
Good to host you @AndrzejDuda. The words you said yesterday on #FreedomSquare resonated with the Georgian people. We’re always ready to welcome you here in Georgia! ???????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/4A9mrHzDO5— Salome Zourabichvili (@Zourabichvili_S) May 27, 2021
Zurabishvili also stated that the NATO ministerial declaration on June 14 ‘should make clear messages for Georgia and Ukraine.’
Duda arrived in Georgia on the country’s Independence Day yesterday.
He has already visited the occupation line.