He answered the question of the anchorman about the message to Russia for 2018.
'Leave Ukraine alone!'.
'Yesterday, during our working dinner I sad that we should keep the doors to the EU open for the new countries. We should stick to the policy of the open doors. It is very important for the future of the EU, especially during the Brexit and it is one issue. The other issue is Russia. We should try to keep the balance because it is our neighbor. We should try to create the dialogue at the low level but we need to demand the respect of the international legislation and not only in Europe but all over the world. We have very bad examples during last ten years such as Georgia and Ukraine', Duda noted.
Earlier Petro Poroshenko claimed at the discussion between the presidents of Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine that due to the decision of the Stockholm Arbitration Court Ukraine stopped to use the gas as the factor of the political pressure from Russia.