A Polish-Ukrainian presidential consulting committee will meet in early April in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, the Polish president's aide Krzysztof Szczerski informed on Thursday. The commitee's previous sitting took place last March in Warsaw.
The 2015 sitting was devoted to NATO-Ukraine relations, the protection of the eastern EU frontier, and historical dialogue.
Krzysztof Szczerski, who on Thursday met with visiting Ukrainian parlamentarians from the presidential committee, said the talks mainly centred on historical issues, security, Ukraine's economic situation and anti-corruption reforms. He added that also discussed was Saturday's meeting between the Polish and Ukrainian presidents at the Munich Security Conference.
"We mostly talked about historical dialogue and action to be taken in this respect. I made an appeal that the common judgment of history be reached through the truth and not through attempts to write separate versions of it as this is indeed what creates barriers between societies" - said minister Szczerski after the meeting.
On Thursday and Friday the 11 Ukrainian MPs are holding a series of meetings in the Polish Sejm (lower house) to talk security and Polish-Ukrainian historical sore points.(PAP)