President Andrzej Duda, after a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Brussels on Tuesday, said that he had reiterated Poland's support for Ukraine's EU and NATO aspirations.
"I assured the president of Poland's continuous support for Ukraine's European aspirations and I also assured the president of Poland's continuous support for Ukrainian transatlantic aspirations. This issue is extremely important for us; similarly, I assured (Zelensky) of the fact that we continue to support Ukraine's efforts to maintain and, first of all, restore its territorial integrity," Andrzej Duda said at a joint press conference with Zelensky.
Andrzej Duda also said that he and Zelensky had discussed "difficult subjects in our relations, historical problems that exist in relations between our nations."
President Duda stressed that he wanted to promote building bridges between Poles and Ukrainians "in the spirit of truth but, first of all, in the spirit of reconciliation and good cooperation." (PAP)