Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko is to visit Georgia in the near future. This was mentioned in his address to Georgian president Georgiy Margvelashvili, as the country celebrates the Independence Day.
Greeting the Georgian counterpart and congratulating him on the national holiday, Poroshenko expressed confidence that ‘our meeting within my scheduled visit to Georgia will give a considerable impetus for further improvement of the dialogue at all levels and the build-up of our bilateral cooperation.’
‘Georgia’s authority abroad is growing, thanks to tangible achievements in reforms, consistent actions in terms of European and Atlantic integration, as well as development of friendly relations with other countries. In turn, Ukraine has been constantly supporting Georgia in its struggle for independence, as well as non-recognition of its occupied territories (Abkhazia and South Ossetia, - 112 International). We share friendly and strategically important relations lasting for all those years of independence,’ reads the president’s address.
Poroshenko wished his Georgian counterpart sound health and new achievements in ruling the country, and peace and prosperity to the people of Georgia.