Ukraine needs Poland, but Poland will manage without Ukraine, stated the head of the cabinet of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, Jan Parys, reports RMF24.
“I would like to say clearly that a strong and independent Ukraine is important for Poland, but it’s not true that the existence of Ukraine is a necessary condition for the existence of a free Poland,” he said.
“After the withdrawal of Britain from the EU, Poland will be the fifth state in the EU. Poland is part of NATO, it is the …
Cyprus, the Netherlands and Russia were ranked among the top three leaders on direct investments in Ukraine's economy, as reported by Inna Meteleva, the Director of the Charterhouse Corporate Partners investment group in Ukraine, UBR.ua reports.
"According to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, in 2016, direct investments from Cyprus into the Ukrainian economy amounted to $9.69 billion. $4.35 billion came from the Russian Federation and $5.75 billion came from the Netherlands, which makes …
Verkhovna Rada Chairman Andriy Parubiy stated that no amendments would be added to “The Language of Education,” which is Section 7 of the law on education.
Speaking at a conference on the Day of Local Self-Government in the Lviv region, Parubiy said that he had a conversation with representatives of the Venice Commission. On the parliament’s website, the Chairman was quoted as saying that “it was agreed that the seventh article of the law ‘On Education’ would not be changed.”
On September 5, …
During the program "Fakty po Faktach" on Polish TV channel TVN24, European Council President Donald Tusk has said that there is no security for Poland if it is in conflict with Ukraine, reports Wiadomosci.dziennik.pl.
According to Tusk, there is no European Poland without independent courts, completely free media, respect for the law and liberal democracy.
"There is no security for Poland if it is in conflict with Ukraine," he added.
In his opinion, Poland should not be a "self-proclaimed …
Responding to claims by new Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has stated that Ukrainians who work in Poland save the Polish economy.
Earlier, Morawiecki said that relations with Ukraine must be built on historical truth and that events such as "the genocide in Volhynia" cannot be forgotten.
"We truly are saving the Polish economy, given the Ukrainians working there. I know cases in which Ukrainians have been offered a large salary because they …