Ukraine wants to see Poland as a member of the future international platform on the de-occupation of Russia-annexed Crimea. This was stated by Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, Ukrinform reported.
"Today I informed my Polish counterpart about Ukraine's intentions to hold an international platform on the de-occupation of Crimea. Ukraine expects and will be grateful if Poland is not only a reliable partner, as it is, but also one of the leaders in this process," Kuleba said.
He also reminded of Warsaw's consistent support for Ukraine's non-recognition of Russia's illegal occupation of Crimea.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine and Poland reached a consensus on the harm of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Europe's energy security and agreed to prevent its establishment.
"Dmytro Kuleba and Jacek Czaputowicz stressed that the Russian Nord Stream 2 project poses a threat to the energy security of Europe and agreed to take further steps to prevent its implementation," the statement said.