Poroshenko invites Duda to visit Ukraine
The “roadmap” of dialogue between the leaders of Ukraine and Poland has been agreed, according to the President's press service.
“The development of our relations will make our countries stronger and increase the level of trust,” Petro Poroshenko said during a meeting with Special Envoy of the President of Poland Krzysztof Szczersky in Kyiv on Friday, reads the report.
Poкoshenko invited President of Poland Andrzej Duda to make a visit to Ukraine. “The development of our relations will make our countries stronger and increase the level of trust,” Petro Poroshenko said.
The Head of State also expressed gratitude to Poland for immutable active position and solidarity in the protection of Ukraine’s interests on the international arena, particularly on the track of European integration.
Read alsoDuda to discuss tougher measures against Putin at meeting with MerkelIn turn, Krzysztof Szczersky noted: “Mr. Duda assured that one of the key tasks of the foreign policy is the achievement of peace and security in the region. In this context, the developments in Ukraine are of crucial importance.”
Petro Poroshenko emphasized that Ukraine pays special attention to the enhancement of military-technical cooperation, inter alia, in the framework of the Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian brigade.
Also, the parties touched upon the progress of the constitutional reform in Ukraine, particularly in the sphere of decentralization. The President stressed that the decentralization reform is based on the Polish model.