Tusk discusses situation in Ukraine with leaders of Ukrainian opposition
Prime Minister of Poland Donald Tusk discussed the situation in Ukraine with leaders of Ukrainian opposition Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Vitaliy Klitschko and Oleh Tyagnybok in the evening on February 6.
The press service of the Polish government disclosed this to UNIAN.
“Donald Tusk shared results of the talks that he held in Europe concerning issue of Ukraine with the leaders of the Ukrainian opposition. He expressed solidarity with protesters for the European values and respect to responsibility to the leaders”, - the press service noted.
Interlocutors of the Prime Minister of Poland, who spoke to him in teleconference regime, told him about the current situation in Ukraine and their view of settlement of the political crisis.
According to the report, in accordance with opinions of the interlocutors of Tusk, it is possible to settle the crisis in a way of changing Constitution of Ukraine and carrying out of fair election.
The head of the Polish government assured opposition leaders that Poland will keep on acting with a goal to settle up the crisis in Ukraine.