Pawel Herczynski, the ambassador of the European Union to Georgia, stressed the importance of Georgia being a stable, strong country with robust institutions. He refrained from commenting on the ongoing impeachment procedure against the President, noting that it’s not his role as a foreign diplomat to interfere in Georgia’s internal affairs.
“If you ask me about the ongoing impeachment of the President. I’m a foreign diplomat. I need to be really careful because I don’t want to interfere in the internal affairs of Georgia. What we want – we want Georgia to be a stable, strong country with very strong institutions. So, of course, the impeachment procedure is not what is helping Georgia to become a stable, strong, solid country with strong state institutions. But again, it’s not for me to comment,” the ambassador stated.
Herczynski also mentioned that the main topic of discussion during a recent meeting with the President was Georgia’s European integration.