Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Wednesday held a telephone conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Groysman, the Polish Prime Minister's Chancellery reported.
The prime ministers "confirmed the strategic nature of partnership between the two countries," according to Radio Poland citing the Chancellery.
Morawiecki stressed that "Poland supports and will continue to support Euro-Atlantic aspirations of Ukraine."
The head of the Polish government also touched upon the issue of moratorium on exhumation of Polish tombs in Ukraine, expressing "hope that Ukraine will lift the moratorium on the search and exhumation of the remains of Polish victims of wars and political repressions in Ukraine."
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Groysman invited a representative of the Polish Government to participate in the Kyiv Security Forum to be held April 12-14.