UK, Poland support preservation of anti-Russian sanctions
They should remain in place until Minsk agreements are fully implemented, - Polish FM Witold Waszczykowski
Foreign Ministers of Poland and the United Kingdom supported the idea to keep the sanctions against Russia until it implements Minsk agreements.
‘We spoke about the lack of implementation of the deal with Ukraine and how to settle this situation. We agreed that the sanctions should be kept until Russia complies with the agreement’, Waszczykowski said after the meeting with his British counterpart Boris Johnson.
Waszczykowski and Johnson discussed bilateral relations, global security issues and war on terrorism.
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