President of Poland Andrzej Duda will firstly visit Kyiv this year on December 15, stated Minister in the Office of the President Krzysztof Scherskiy, according to "Polish Radio".
For Andrzej Duda it will be the last foreign visit, which he will make this year.
The first Duda's meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was planned on May 27 in Warsaw. However, Duda canceled it. According to the staff of the President, such a decision was taken considering many of the responsibilities of the newly elected president. Than, Petro Poroshenko invited Polish colleague Andrzej Dudu to visit Ukraine. However, the first meeting between the two presidents was held in September in New York, within the framework of UN General Assembly. During this meeting the leader of Poland Andrzej Duda assured, that his country will continue to provide full support to Ukraine.