Polish Senate Speaker heads to Kyiv for talks – media
Polish Senate Speaker Stanislaw Karczewski is traveling to Kyiv, where he will meet the Speaker of the Ukrainian parliament, Andriy Parubiy, on Thursday, according to Radio Poland.
The officials are to discuss bilateral relations and the situation of the Polish diaspora in Ukraine, as reported by Radio Poland.
"We will talk about Ukraine's EU aspirations, reforms that the country is introducing and visa-free cross-border traffic," Karczewski said ahead of the visit.
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During the two-day visit, the Polish Senate Speaker is to attend a name-giving ceremony at the Polish Medical Library in Kyiv, held in honor of famous Polish surgeon Zbigniew Religa.
Karczewski will also travel to the Bykivnia military cemetery on the outskirts of Kyiv.