Duda thanked Poroshenko for honoring Volyn tragedy victims
The two sides also exchanged views on the security situation and a number of issues of bilateral relations
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko during a working visit to Warsaw, met with his Polish counterpart, Andrzej Duda, reports the press service of the Ukrainian state.
It is noted that Duda thanked Poroshenko for honoring the victims of the Volyn tragedy in Warsaw and called it a very powerful gesture, which will begin a new stage in relations between the Ukrainian and Polish peoples. In turn, Poroshenko offered him to visit Polish village Sagryn where dead Ukrainians are buried.
The two sides also exchanged views on the security situation, and a number of issues of bilateral relations.
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