Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman held a telephone conversation with the newly appointed Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki. The Head of Ukrainian Government wished his counterpart success in his new assignment and invited him to visit Ukraine next year.
The Prime Minister stressed Kyiv was and remains open and ready for fruitful and strategic cooperation with Poland, which is one of the key partners of Ukraine in Europe and in the world.
"We are open and keen on constructive interaction seeks to solve all issues, including problematic ones, and to move forward by strengthening our partnership," Volodymyr Groysman emphasized.
In the course of the conversation, the Heads of Government touched upon a number of important questions, inter alia the prolongation of the sanctions policy against the aggressor country, the formation of the agenda for Poland's membership in the UN Security Council for 2018-2019, primarily in the context of a peacekeeping mission in Donbas, as well as on joint positions regarding pan-European energy issues and rapprochement with NATO.
The parties reaffirmed the readiness for further implementation of the projects of the development of the cross-border infrastructure, first of all, in terms of the comfortable crossing of the borders, as well as the issues pertaining to the common historical past.
"Our agenda is large, and I want to reiterate my readiness to engage in active dialogue with You in order to further deepen mutually beneficial cooperation between our countries," the Prime Minister underscored.