"We are now preparing a meeting between Deputy Prime Minister Rozenko and Deputy Prime Minister Glinski, who is directly responsible for memorial sites, historical locations in Ukraine and Poland. We expect that this meeting will be held within the next month.I cannot yet specify a date but we are working on such a meeting, depending on the schedule of both deputy prime ministers," Deshchytsia said.
He noted the readiness of both countries to deepen cooperation and remove barriers that exist between Ukraine and Poland in the matters of the historical past.
Read alsoPoroshenko, Duda agree to synchronize efforts to counter Russian hybrid aggression"It is likely that the meeting will be held in Poland, taking into account the sequence of visits. Since the visit of Deputy PM Glinski took place in October, it is logical that the [next] visit should be of our Deputy PM to Poland," said Deshchytsia.
As UNIAN reported earlier, on December 13, 2017, Polish President Andrzej Duda expressed hope that the issues of historical past will be resolved with Ukraine in the spirit of good-neighborliness.
On the same day, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that the Ukrainian-Polish Commission on historical issues would be represented by vice prime ministers. "We expect that the Commission will meet in the near future, and as a result of an effective discussion we will finally be able to greenlight the continued process of scientific study, exhumation, preservation of monuments, and prevention of vandalism," Poroshenko said.