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    Communications Department of the Secretariat of the CMU, posted 28 March 2024 13:52

    On 28 March 2024, Ukrainian and Polish government consultations were held in Warsaw. The Ukrainian delegation was headed by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.

    "Ukraine and Poland are strategic allies. We must clearly understand the significance of mutual support and the potential of our cooperation," the Head of the Ukrainian Government stressed.

    Denys Shmyhal said that the governmental teams of both countries had discussed a number of issues of mutual interest in cooperation. In particular, much attention was paid to such complex topics as the situation at the border and trade in the agricultural sector, and the direction of resolving these issues was determined. 

    "We expect concrete responses from Poland to the steps we have proposed. Most of them have already been implemented. We expect the European Commission to ban the transit and export of goods from russia and belarus, as well as to approve our agreement on joint control at checkpoints," the Prime Minister of Ukraine said.

    He emphasised that strategic relations involve mutual trust and openness, the ability to dialogue and compromise: "We hope that today's consultations will bring results and we will find ways to resolve problematic issues."

    Following the intergovernmental consultations, a joint statement was adopted.

    2024.03.27 Joint communique_EN

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