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    Presidents of Poland and Ukraine to hold talks in Warsaw

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    The presidents of Poland and Ukraine will meet in Warsaw on Wednesday to discuss a range of issues, including bilateral relations, security, economic cooperation and historical issues. Marcin Przydacz, an aide to Polish President Andrzej Duda, said that the talks will focus on finding common ground on these issues.

    On Wednesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will be visiting Poland. During his stay, he will meet with both President Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. Additionally, Zelensky will be delivering an address to the Poles and Ukrainians residing in Poland.

    “The Wednesday visit of the Ukrainian president, accompanied by his wife, will be the first official visit by the Ukrainian head of state to Poland since the beginning of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,”

    Marcin Przydacz, the head of the Polish president’s International Policy Bureau, said on Tuesday.

    Polish President Andrzej Duda and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will meet in person this week, confirmed Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz. Following the face-to-face encounter, representatives from both countries will engage in talks.

    “The talks will be focused on the entire spectrum of Polish-Ukrainian relations,” Przydacz said, adding that much emphasis would be put on security policy.

    “Today, Ukraine is a state which has been invaded by the Russian Federation. Today, Ukraine is fighting for its independence as well as for the stability of the system, or the security architecture based on international laws,”

    he stated.

    Polish Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz has stated that the Polish government wishes for negotiations to address topics of importance to the Polish state, most notably, economic cooperation.


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