Georgia will present priorities at Eastern Partnership summit

Georgia will present its priorities at the Eastern Partnership (EaP) summit, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister David Jalagania said at a briefing on Monday, September 26.

As Warsaw-hosted summit due September 29-30, the Georgian delegation will be headed by President Mikheil Saakashvili.

“Adoption of a joint communique on summit sidelines is planned,” he said. “We will have an opportunity to present our vision and priorities to 27 EU countries and five Eastern Partnership countries to further intensify cooperation with the EU,” Jalagania said.

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