Polish President Andrzej Duda linked the de-occupation of Georgia with Russia's defeat in the war against Ukraine, and also recalled the words of his predecessor Lech Kaczyński regarding the aggressor country of the Russian Federation.
This was reported by the Georgian edition "News-Georgia", referring to the joint briefing of Andrzej Duda with the President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili in Warsaw.
Duda recalled the statement of former President of Poland Lech Kaczynski during his visit to Georgia in 2008.
"Today Georgia, tomorrow Ukraine, then the Baltic countries, and then Poland will probably be a turning point in this aggressive history... President Kaczyński then said that if we do not stop Russia, its aggression will take on a larger scale," Duda recalled, calling the statement prophetic predecessor.
The President of Poland also expressed support for Georgia's aspirations to join NATO and the EU.
"We hope that Georgia will acquire the status of a full member of the European Union, as well as join NATO. Poland has always supported these aspirations of Georgia and will continue to support them in the future. This is a matter of our common security," Duda said at a joint
Duda noted that joining the European Union and NATO will provide Georgia with more favorable conditions for economic development and political security.
He emphasized that the territorial integrity of Georgia will be restored when Ukraine defeats Russia in the war.
"Russia must leave the territory of Ukraine, must stop this war... We hope that Russia will soon be defeated and return the territories it conquered not only in Ukraine, but also in other countries. This will also apply to the occupied territories of Georgia," Duda said.
It will be recalled that the military expert Oleg Zhdanov also made a forecast regarding the restoration of the territories.
According to him, after the fall of Russia, Georgia and Moldova will be able to liberate their regions.
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