February 3, French President Emmanuel Macron will arrive in Warsaw on his first visit, one of the most important topics of negotiations with Polish President Andrzej Duda is the situation in Ukraine. Polskie radio wrote about this.
"NATO, relations with Ukraine, the future of the Weimar Triangle (informal international association of Germany, Poland, and France), as well as the policy of enlargement of the European Union and NATO will be among the topics of Monday’s talks in Warsaw between President Andrzej Duda and French President Emmanuel Macron," the publication quotes chief of Polish president's cabinet, Krzysztof Szczerski.
Szczerski called the situation in Ukraine and the work within the framework of the so-called Normandy format and the Minsk process one of the important topics of the Monday talks between Duda and Macron. In this context, he recalled the meeting during the events on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, President Andrzej Duda, with the President of Ukraine Zelensky.
“We want to know how France is now evaluating the progress of work in the Norman format and the Minsk process,” Szczerski noted.
He also recalled the future chairmanship of Poland in the OSCE in 2022 and noted that Warsaw should be present during discussions on the strategy of peace in Ukraine.
As we reported, President of France Emmanuel Macron decided not to wait for the solution of the conflict in Donbas and started rapprochement with Russia. He also explained the grounds of changing attitude toward President of Russia Vladimir Putin