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  • Pavlo Rozenko and Piotr Gliński took part in commemoration of victims of the Katyn massacre
    Service of the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, posted 09 June 2018 15:55

    Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Rozenko claims no problematic issues between the Ukrainian and Polish peoples exist that could not be settled through dialogue. Pavlo Rozenko announced in his statement at the Memorial to the Victims of Totalitarianism in Kharkiv.

    "Today, we can state with confidence that the strategic partnership between Ukraine and Poland is effective and there is no alternative to it. There are no problematic issues between our peoples that we would not be able to settle through dialogue in the spirit of friendship and good neighborliness", noted Pavlo Rozenko.

    He stressed that recently negative emotions began to fade and both sides showed openness to further constructive cooperation, in particular, in matters of historical memory.

    Pavlo Rozenko expressed his conviction that, amid recent challenges and threats to common security, Ukraine and Poland are capable of launching a new stage in constructive relations and cooperation, in particular, with regards to historical memory of the two countries. "And this will become another common instrument in confronting the criminal intentions of the Russian aggressor", he stressed.

    The Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine expressed gratitude to the President of Poland, the Government of Poland and the entire Polish nation for the unwavering and consistent support of the territorial integrity and independence of Ukraine.

    As was reported, today in Kharkiv, Vice Prime Ministers of Ukraine and Poland, Pavlo Rozenko and Piotr Gliński participated in a ceremony to commemorate the victims of the Katyn massacre. They put wreaths to the Memorial to the Victims of Totalitarianism, observed a minute of silence to honor the memory of the deceased and attended a liturgy.