The Georgian-Polish Intergovernmental Economic Commission will hold a meeting in Warsaw from July 1-2 at the Warsaw Stock Exchange Conference Hall, according to the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI).
The Georgian delegation will include the ministers of economy, sustainable development, agriculture, regional development and infrastructure, energy and foreign affairs. Approximately 100 Polish companies will participate in the forum, the GCCI said.
The two countries established diplomatic relations in 1992. Georgia has an embassy in Warsaw, while Poland has an embassy in Tbilisi. Both countries are full members of the Council of Europe.
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