Poland’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Jacek Czaputowicz and Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba discussed preparations for an upcoming Eastern Partnership Summit during a telephone conversation. This was reported by the press service of Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry.
"The parties paid special attention to the preparations for the forthcoming Eastern Partnership Summit and cooperation within the framework of the Ukraine-EU agenda," the statement reads.
Czaputowicz assured his Ukrainian counterpart of Poland's continued support for Ukraine's European and Euro-Atlantic choice and reaffirmed the need to maintain EU sanctions against Russia.
The foreign ministers agreed on a schedule of diplomatic contacts that are expected to take place in the near future.
As we reported earlier, the European Parliament offered to create a single economic space with the Eastern Partnership.
The creation of the ‘single economic space’ is the part of the strategy on gradual integration to the European block of six countries of Eastern Partnership program: Ukraine, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Moldova.