Progress remains slow, despite wide ranging shared interests.Historic tensions between Kiev and Warsaw continue to affect their strategic partnership, despite recent attempts to heal the wounds of the past.
Ukraine and Poland have long struggled to reconcile differences over historical narratives dating from WWII, with mass wartime graves on both sides of the border coming to symbolise this dispute.
A visit by Polish president Andrzej Duda to Kyiv on October 12 was marked by commitments to resolve long-standing issues around the identification and preservation of these burial sites.
But analysts warn that progress remains slow, despite the two countries having wide ranging and …read more
Source:: Institute for War & Peace Reporting