: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Polish Prime Minister hurries strengthening of NATO’s ‘eastern flank’


Warsaw and Paris do not see prerequisites for easing sanctions against Russia in the current conditions.
Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz said this after consultations between Poland and France in Paris, an Ukrinform correspondent reported.
“Both countries agree that there are no prerequisites for easing the EU sanctions against Russia at the moment. I also expressed the belief that, considering the events in the east, we need to enact the decision of the NATO summit in Newport and to strengthen the eastern flank of the Alliance as quickly as possible,” Kopacz said.
French President Francois Hollande, in turn, said that the Minsk agreements must be performed, and the political ways to resolve the situation in Donbas should be found.
“The solution must be political, but we have not found it yet. The sanctions are in action, and they are extended that was jointly adopted by Europe,” Hollande said.
He also noted the need for an early meeting of the Contact Group.

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