Former Polish Foreign Minister Anna Fotyga abandoned its positions in the International Labour Organization (ILO), in protest against the statements of the President of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski of Georgia.
In a recent interview "Rzeczpospolita", answering the question of whether the Georgians rely on the President Bronislaw Komorowski as they were counting on President Lech Kaczynski, Poland's current president said:
"Up so probably not. Indeed, I do not go to Georgia because so came up with the president of Georgia. But, of course, Poland should definitely advocate for the right of all peoples to self-determination and independence. And in the case of Georgia, Poland should not give up on that in principle: we support the territorial indivisibility of Georgia. "
Former Polish President Lech Kaczynski (2005-2010) was known for his support of Georgia and its president Mikheil Saakashvili. Lech Kaczynski visited Georgia in the beginning of the Russian-Georgian conflict in August 2008, where, together with the presidents of Ukraine, Lithuania and Estonia, spoke at a rally of solidarity with the Georgian president in Tbilisi.
Explaining his resignation in a letter to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland Radoslaw Sikorski Anna Fotyga wrote:
"Due to the fact that my opinion is different about the geopolitics of Georgia, I politely inform Mr. Minister, I can not submit so that provision in the international arena and refuse from participation in the program of the ILO."
In the ILO in Geneva Anna Fotyga, with the filing of the Polish government, led the ILO mission to Georgia, and in this post twice visited this country.
Anna Fotyga was foreign minister of Poland in 2006-2007., And in 2007-2008. directed the Office of the former President of Poland, Lech Kaczynski.
Under the leadership of Anna Fotyga Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland has allocated money to finance the satellite channel "Belsat".