Polish President Andrzej Duda Leaves for Ukraine

Zelensky and Duda

The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and the President Poland Andrzej Duda will meet in Kyiv on 12 October.

According to the Presidential Office, the official visit of the Polish head of state is scheduled for 12-13 October.

“Following the talks, the heads of state will sign a few bilateral documents,” the statement on the OP website said.

According to it, the official meeting ceremony will take place at the Mariinsky Palace. Both Presidents will visit Odessa to participate in the Ukrainian-Polish economic forum.

To recap, Zelensky and Duda had a telephone conversation in early September, during which they discussed the coronavirus pandemic, the situations in Donbas and Belarus, the historical memory issues.

Bohdan Marusyak

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