Secretary of State at the President's Chancellery Krzysztof Szczersky has reacted positively to the Ukrainian side’s proposal to hold a meeting of a Consultative Committee headed by the two presidents, Radio Poland reported on Thursday, November 9.
The meeting should help “clarify” the latest decisions and events in the Ukrainian-Polish relations, Szczersky said, according to Radio Poland.
The Chancellery “informed the administration of the president of Ukraine on its readiness to accept” in Poland a Ukrainian delegation headed by a co-chair of the Committee.
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Read alsoPolish FM urges Ukraine to "take concrete steps" amid tensions over history - Radio Poland"President Andrzej Duda also hopes that President Petro Poroshenko will take personal steps in the context of the current state of bilateral relations," Warsaw noted.
As UNIAN reported earlier, President Poroshenko initiated a special meeting of the Consultative Committee of the presidents of Ukraine and Poland to prevent further escalation of tensions between the two states.
On November, President Duda called on the Ukrainian authorities not to appoint to high offices those harboring anti-Polish views.