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    Poland & North Macedonia stand together against the Russia-Ukraine war

    Poland and North Macedonia are united in their opposition to Russia’s war on Ukraine and are both aware of the threat Russia poses, Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, said on Monday.

    Duda was speaking following talks in Warsaw with Stevo Pendarovski, his North Macedonian peer, that were dominated by the war and energy crisis.


    “Poland and North Macedonia have the same view of Russia’s war on Ukraine. We have the same understanding of Russian threats,” Duda said during a press conference with Pendarovski.


    Duda also thanked Pendarovski for his country’s humanitarian and military aid to Ukraine.


    In turn, Pendarovski called Russia’s invasion of Ukraine “illegal and absolutely unacceptable.” He also said North Macedonia would continue helping Ukraine.


    He also thanked Poland for supporting North Macedonia’s campaign to join the EU. The Balkan country launched its EU accession talks on July 22 of this year.

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