President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko held telephone talks with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda and discussed holding a meeting of the Consultative Committee of the two countries' Presidents. This was reported by the press service of Ukrainian head of state.
"They agreed to hold an extraordinary meeting of the Consultative Committee of the Presidents of Ukraine and the Republic of Poland at the level of foreign policy advisors next week in Krakow," the report said.
Earlier it was noted that Poroshenko, because of tension in Ukrainian-Polish relations, initiated a meeting of the Committee of Presidents of the two countries.
We recall, on November 7, the Polish president called on Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman not to appoint people with anti-Polish views to the leading posts. In turn, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said that in Ukraine there are no politicians with anti-Polish views.
In addition, vice-consul of Poland in Ukraine Marek Zapur during a round table in Rivne stated that Lviv is a "Polish city".