Photo from UNIAN One of the new projects Poland&#39;s Ministry of Foreign Affairs wants to initiate as part of the development of the Eastern Partnership program is the cancellation of roaming fees in Poland for residents of the neighboring countries, including Ukrainians. Poland intends to seek a rapprochement of the legal systems of the Eastern Partnership member states, namely Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine with the European systems, Deputy Foreign Minister of Poland Marcin Przydacz has said, according to the Polish Press Agency (PAP). Poland&#39;s second proposal is to rely on sectoral cooperation. Read alsoKlimkin predicts serious results of EU roaming charges scrap as early as next year "An example of such actions can be, for example, the cancellation of roaming charges, which will be very noticeable to common people, including Ukrainians living in Poland," he told PAP in an interview on the tenth anniversary of the Eastern Partnership. As UNIAN reported, talk on cancelling roaming fees in the EU have been going on for a long time. Late in 2018, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin predicted first tangible results in the matter of canceling roaming charges with the EU in 2019.