Duda has stated that Russia clearly and consistently violates the rules of international law.
"Therefore, we cannot say that it is a reliable state that peacefully realizes its interests. We are an absolute supporter of observance of international law, while it is clearly and consistently being violated by Russia. We have repeatedly protested against this, defending Ukraine or Georgia. Of course, Moscow does not like it," he said.
The Polish president noted that the Russian Federation did not like the presence of NATO troops over the Vistula.
"They undoubtedly strengthen our security, and this presence is necessary in the context of Russian aggression against Ukraine and the Baltic states," Andrzej Duda noted.
As we reported earlier, President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin looked for the restoration of good relations between Russia and Ukraine. He also considered their deterioration as a loss.