Officials from the Polish and Ukrainian presidencies convened in Malta as part of the ongoing international discussions regarding Ukraine’s peace plan. Marcin Przydacz, the head of the Polish president’s International Policy Bureau, held a meeting with Andrii Sybiha, the deputy head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, on the sidelines of these talks.
The primary focus of this diplomatic rendezvous was the situation on the Ukrainian frontlines, regional security concerns, and the ever-evolving dynamics of the Polish-Ukrainian relationship. The Polish president’s International Policy Bureau stated on Sunday confirming the meeting’s discussions.
Na marginesie spotkania prezydenckich doradców ds. bezpieczeństwa i międzynarodowych na Malcie Minister @marcin_przydacz rozmawiał z @andrii_sybiha o sytuacji na froncie, bezpieczeństwie w regionie i 🇵🇱-🇺🇦kwestiach dwustronnych. pic.twitter.com/G74FfMBlbD— Biuro Polityki Międzynarodowej (@BPM_KPRP) October 29, 2023
Marcin Przydacz’s presence in Malta was part of his participation in the third round of talks revolving around the Ukrainian president’s 10-point peace plan. These talks, which took place on Saturday and Sunday, saw the involvement of over 50 countries, highlighting the global significance of finding a peaceful resolution to the ongoing Ukrainian conflict.
It’s worth noting that this meeting was not the first of its kind, as previous discussions between presidential aides focused on security matters were held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, back in August.