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Duda says contacts with Ukraine have become less intense

Nadiya DanyshchukWorld
Contacts at the presidential level have become less intense

Poland continues to support Ukraine in its fight against the aggressor and supports Ukraine's European integration. However, contacts at the highest level between the presidents of both countries have become less intense due to the disagreements that have arisen over the past six months.

This was stated by Mieszko Pawlak, Head of the Bureau of International Policy under the President of Poland, during the conference "Rebuilding Ukraine: The Government's Perspective. He acknowledged that the intensity of contacts between Presidents Andrzej Duda and Volodymyr Zelenskyi "is somewhat lower than before."

At the same time, Pawlak noted that the offices of the heads of state are in constant contact.

"The controversies that have emerged over the past six months have a certain impact on the intensity. Nevertheless, the dialog and contacts continue at every level," Mieszko Pawlak said.

The Polish politician emphasized that Ukraine's independence is in Poland's national interests, and this will not change, regardless of which coalition is in power in the country.

"We know that all the main political forces have the same attitude towards supporting Ukraine. And I am convinced that this will not change in the near future, even after the formation of a new government," Pawlak said.

"Russia is an aggressor that denies Ukraine's right to independence, and the Kremlin's policy is destroying the international order and global security architecture in the world. And Poles understand this very well, emphasized Mieszko Pawlak.

He also emphasized that Poland supports Ukraine's European integration and wants to help in the post-war reconstruction of our country.

At the same time, Pawlak noted that Poland has its own economic interests to protect. According to him, the interests of both sides should be taken into account in relations between the two countries.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, Polish carriers continue to blockade the Ukrainian border. As of the morning of December 8, about 3,300 trucks were stuck in queues. Although Ukrzaliznytsia has begun to transport trucks to Poland by train, these measures cannot sufficiently relieve the road border crossings.

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