Tymoshenko visits Poland
Top of the agenda for the talks are preparations for the Euro 2012
Yulia Tymoshenko is paying her first visit to Poland on Monday, since becoming prime minister of Ukraine last autumn.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, during the visit to Poland Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko will meet with Prime Minister of Poland Donald Tusk. The heads of governments will also hold the first session of intergovernmental Ukrainian-Polish committee on issues concerning preparation and carrying out of Euro-2012. Moreover, Prime Minister of Ukraine will meet with Marshalk of Seim of Republic of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski. The meeting of Yu.Tymoshenko with President of Poland Lech Kaczynski is also scheduled.
Vice Prime Ministers of Ukraine Ivan Vasunik and Grygoriy Nemyrya, Family, Youth and Sport Minister Yuri Pavlenko, Transport and Communication Minister Yosyp Vinskyi, Economics Minister Bogdan Danilishyn, Minister of Regional Development and Building Vassyl Kuibida and Interior Affairs Minister Yuri Lutsenko and others accompany Yu.Tymoshenko in the trip.
Top of the agenda for the talks are preparations of the two countries for the Euro 2012 football championships.
PM Tymoshenko, who survived a no-confidence vote in the Ukrainian parliament last Friday, is also to take part in a session of the intergovernmental committee for Euro 2012.
The politicians are also to discuss economic and energy co-operation, as well as Kyiv’s NATO aspirations.