President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky stressed the importance of international sanctions against Russia and stated that the pressure on Russia should continue until the full de-occupation of Ukrainian territories takes place. Zelensky stated this during a briefing following a meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda.
It is noted that the presidents discussed the current situation in the occupied territories of Ukraine, as well as the steps taken by Ukraine to restore peace in the Donbas.
"International pressure and sanctions on Russia must continue until the full de-occupation of Ukraine, including the Crimean peninsula. Our actions on energy security as an important element of European security must remain coordinated. Thank you for Poland's firm position on Nord Stream 2 and Gazprom's monopoly in the European market," Zelensky said.
As we reported earlier, on Sunday, October 11, Polish President Andrzej Duda paid tribute to Polish prisoners killed in Bykivnia settlement, near Kyiv.
"Truth and justice have to last. Today, we pay tribute to 3435 Polish prisoners from Ukrainian 'Katyn List' who were tortured by the NKVD 80 years ago; they died for free and sovereign Poland," the Polish leader wrote on his Twitter page.