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Russia's aggression in Ukraine impedes its dialogue with democracies, - Duda
09:07, 15 April 2018

Russia's aggression in Ukraine impedes its dialogue with democracies, - Duda

According to the President of Poland, honest states should prevent innocent people to be murdered by the chemical weapon

09:07, 15 April 2018

PAP

Andrzej Duda, the President of Poland, stated that the dialogue between the democracies and Russia is obstructed due to the fact that Russia acts like aggressor in Ukraine. As Polskie Radio informed, Duda said that Poland was warned about a coming airstrike in Syria. He called it a necessary airstrike.

According to the President of Poland, honest states should prevent innocent people to be murdered by the chemical weapon.

He stated that Poland is constantly contacting its NATO allies. At the same time, the dialogue with Russia is obstructed due to Russia’s aggressive actions in Ukraine.

“There is always a chance to negotiate if, first of all, one wants a dialogue and, second of all, one does not create a dangerous situation and does not act like an aggressor. Unfortunately, Russia is occupying Crimea, de-facto, the part of Ukraine and this is a problem in terms of Russia’s relations with every democracy, which views the world honestly, the world that surrounds us and requires security,” Duda said.

The communique of the Foreign Ministry says that Poland will continue working on the international stage towards the elimination of the chemical weapon.

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