Ukraine’s President met with the President of Poland: details

The Office of the President of Poland noted that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with Polish leader Andrzej Duda in Rzeszów on February 10, 2023. They discussed the upcoming NATO summit and military support for Ukraine.

Source: The Office of the President of Poland

“On Thursday, the Presidents of Poland and Ukraine Andrzej Duda and Volodymyr Zelenskyy met in Rzeszów; President Zelensky reported on his recent diplomatic activity in Brussels and other European capitals; the talks also concerned security in the region,” noted the Office of the President of Poland.

The two leaders also discussed the planned further diplomatic activities of the Polish President and the formation of the agenda on the eve of the NATO summit in Vilnius.

“Next week, President Andrzej Duda will meet the NATO Secretary General, so this exchange of opinions and information between the President of Poland and Ukraine in the context of these activities is very important here,” added the Office of the President of Poland.

The two Presidents also paid attention to the current situation at the front.

“The Presidents also discussed the current situation at the front and the security situation in our region, as well as the need for further joint efforts to provide military support for Ukraine’s fighting against Russian aggression. The conversation also concerned the topic of sanctions. President Zelensky thanked President Duda for the support that Poland provides to Ukraine, including for taking care of millions of Ukrainian refugees,” concluded the Office of the President of Poland.

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