"Poland expects Ukraine to conduct more reforms" - Ambassador
Ukraine Today's special correspondent in Warsaw Margarita Sytnik is joined by Andrii Deshchytsia, Ukraine's Ambassador to Poland and former Foreign Minister of Ukraine, to discuss Ukraine's relations with the newly elected parliament and the future government.
"I believe that this trend [dynamic and supportive relations as Ukraine have with the President Komorowski and government of Ewa Kopacz] will continue with the change of the President of Poland and the change of the government,” said Deshchytsia, according to Ukraine Today.
“I think that these relations that were established, that are grounding on the need and understanding of the importance of both countries for the regional stability and for the European stability, for European integration, will dominate in our bilateral relations," he said.
“Poland, as other countries in Europe, is expecting now more to see in conducting reforms than in real warfare issues, said the Ambassador. “And it's now up to us if we will show that Ukraine can tackle the corruption, the problems with decentralization, also with the Constitution reform.”
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