On April 8, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland Zbigniew Rau will make a working visit to Ukraine at the invitation of his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba.
"Ministers will hold talks on the full range of issues of strategic partnership between Ukraine and Poland, discuss further cooperation in the political, security and cultural spheres, increase in trade and investment," the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine informs.
It is noted that the foreign ministers will pay special attention to Russia's recent destabilizing actions, including the aggravation of the security situation in eastern Ukraine and the temporarily occupied Crimea, the concentration of Russian troops on Ukraine's borders, and the growing intensity of Russian propaganda.
Kuleba and Rau will also discuss Ukraine-Poland cooperation within the framework of international organizations and regional formats, including the Lublin Triangle.
On April 1, it became known that the United States European Command had raised its alert status to the highest level after the occupiers in eastern Ukraine violated the ceasefire and killed four Ukrainian servicemen, while Russia began pulling troops to the border with Ukraine.
According to intelligence data, the Russian side pulled 28 battalion tactical groups to the state border of Ukraine.