President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili (left), and President of Poland, Bronislaw Komorowski.

TBILISI, DFWatch–President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili, on Wednesday met with his Polish counterpart Bronisław Komorowski.

Margvelashvili spoke about Georgia’s integration with Europe and Poland’s experience in the same regard.

The two also discussed security issues and the crisis in Ukraine.

“Today the most important goal before Georgia that is supported by Poland, is the ambition to sign, possibly soon, the Association Agreement [with the EU],” the Polish president said.

“The signing of the Association agreement between Georgia and the European Union is gaining even further significance in the light of the crisis in Ukraine and in Ukrainian-Russian relations.”

Komorowski said they agreed to continue close cooperation.

“We do believe that signing Association Agreement within the Eastern Partnership formula is the best possible response that the west can give in the situation of Russian-Ukrainian relations,” he said.

The Georgian president said his country is ready to enhance economic relations with Poland. He continued saying that they talked about new possibilities for business and financial relations between Georgia and Poland.

“When Georgia is looking in the direction of Europe, Georgia knows that there is a very firm friend, who we can count upon in complicated situations and in normal day-to-day life,” Margvelashvili said.