Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko is assured that Ukraine and Poland will further be reliable partners. She announced to journalists on the outcomes of her meeting with president of the Republic of Poland Lech Kaczyński, according to the government’s press-office.

 “Cooperation between our states in all the directions, including the issues of gearing-up for the Euro-2012, will always advance further and strengthen,” Premier of Ukraine noted. She thanked to the president of Poland for successive support of Ukraine, notably, in internal issues as well as Eurointegration aspirations. “I am convinced that we will further advance as reliable partners.”

Besides, PM of Ukraine said that in the course of talks with the president of Poland they have managed “to find absolute understanding concerning the possibility of diversification of sources of natural gas supplies and joint actions in this area.”

In his turn president of the Republic of Poland Lech Kaczyński expressed his hopes that Ukraine and Poland will prolong building friendly and consecutive relations. He also added that Poland views with optimism a prospect of joining Ukraine to the NATO Membership Action Plan.