President spoke with Tajikistani and Georgian presidents
President Andrzej Duda spoke with the presidents of Tajikistan and Georgia on Tuesday on his way back from a visit to Polish soldiers stationed in Afghanistan.
Earlier on Tuesday, President Duda and Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak inspected Polish NATO troops in Bagram, Afghanistan. Returning from Afghanistan, the President met with Tajikistan's and Georgia's state heads in the countries' capitals, Dushanbe and Tbilisi. See also: President visits soldiers in Afghanistan
Andrzej Duda's talks with Tajikistani President Emomali Rahmon mainly concerned security, including in light of Tajikistan's location close to Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Russia. The talks with the Georgian head of state, Giorgi Margvelashvili, centred on bilateral relations. President Duda was also invited to attend the country's independence centenary celebrations in May. (PAP)