President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko and President of Poland Lech Kaczynski are about to meet at the end of this year.
Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Konstyantyn Eliseev said to an UNIAN correspondent in Poland, that the Presidents are about to discuss the most urgent issues of the bilateral cooperation and continue process of the historical reconciliation between Ukrainians and Poles.
According to the words of K. Eliseev, the Presidents are about to open jointly the monument to perished Ukrainians in Sagryn village in Poland and the similar monument to perished Poles in the Volyn Oblast.
The deputy minister noted that at the beginning of November in Warsaw the Consulting council will take place, during which it is planned to agree the date and format of the future meeting.
K. Eliseev said that during the meeting the Presidents are about to discuss the Euro Atlantic integration issue, Odesa-Brody-Plotzk project and preparation for Euro-2012.