Warsaw hosts the NATO Summit, slated for July 8-9. The law enforcers took high security measures, blocking roadways and the Narodowy football stadium, where the event will be taking place.
The Polish government spent some 40 million Euros on preparations for the summit, 112 Ukraine TV channel reports.
The event will kick off today at 15.30 (Kyiv time).
Ukкaine’s President Petro Portoshenko will attend the summit and meet with top NATO officials. The Ukrainian leader previously said these negotiations will be the first steps to de-occupy Crimea and Donbas.
Participants in the NATO Warsaw Summit will focus on the Alliance’s further steps to deter Russian aggression in Eastern Europe, which began in March 2014 as the Russian troops occupied Crimea.