President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky during his two-day Poland visit invited Warsaw to join the work on the restoration of Donbas infrastructure.
The statement came during the president's meeting with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Saturday, the president's press service has told UNIAN.
The parties noted constant growth in mutual trade and the importance of holding a meeting of the Ukrainian-Polish intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation in the near future.
Zelensky and Morawiecki discussed further development of bilateral trade and economic relations, cooperation in the industrial and energy sectors, as well as the possibility of strengthening cross-border cooperation.
The head of the Ukrainian state invited Poland to participate in investment projects to restore the infrastructure of Donbas.
The meeting also discussed the possibility of using the Polish LNG terminal in Swinoujscie to diversify gas supplies to Ukraine, which is an important step to ensure the energy security of Ukraine.
Also on the agenda was the issue of increasing the efficiency of checkpoints on the border of the two countries.