Poland: Ukrainian issue should become main topic at NATO-Russia meeting
"Crimean annexation was Russian violation of international law" - Polish representative
The situation in Ukraine should become a main topic at the NATO-Russia meeting. This was stated by the head of National Security Bureau of Poland Pavel Soloh during his visit to Germany, according to "Polish Radio".
Soloh stressed that the issue of Ukraine is still not resolved. In his opinion, the crisis in Ukraine should become the main theme of the meeting of the NATO-Russia Council.
During a visit to Berlin, the head of the Bureau noted that the annexation of the Crimea was a Russian violation of international law, which led to increasing of tension between NATO and Moscow.
He added that Ukraine is a paramount issue in the relationship between NATO and the Kremlin. Chairman of the National Security Bureau also said that the decision of the meeting of the NATO-Russia Council was adopted only after NATO announced strengthening of its military presence in Eastern Europe.
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