Polish President Andrzej Duda plans to pay a visit to Kyiv in October. This was announced on the sidelines of the economic forum in Karpacz, Poland, by the country's Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau, Ukrinform reports.
"Recently, I had a good conversation with my Ukrainian colleague. We discussed a lot of issues, in particular, President Duda’s planned visit to Kyiv next month," Rau said.
The minister himself is also going to visit Ukraine, possibly even before Duda's visit to Kyiv.
"This is an open question: maybe I will go to Kyiv with Mr. President, and maybe even earlier," the Polish Foreign Minister added.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba announced the opening of a new consulate in Romania.
"I decided to open a consulate in the city of Sighetu Marmatia. I know that this is an important, key place for Ukrainians in Romania. The new consulate will create access to high-quality services, as well as become a tool for improving interaction with you to preserve our culture and strengthen relations between Ukraine and Romania," he said.