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Poland plans to pursue an active policy towards the east, and a key element of this policy is to be the situation in Ukraine, declares Polish Foreign Minister Grzegorz Schetyna. The change in the geopolitical situation in the region requires the development of new instruments for shaping foreign policy, especially with regard to Warsaw’s eastern partners.
An exclusive UNIAN Q&A interview with Andrej Plenković, Chair of the EP Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Co-operation Committee
The new Polish government received a vote of confidence from the Parliament. The political program presented by Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz contained a lot of promises, realization of which during the period of one year will be difficult. A large part of the Prime Minister’s speech was devoted to the situation in Ukraine and the security policy. What kind of policy can be expected by Ukraine on the part of Polish authorities?