Ukraine seeks constructive relations with Poland, including resolving the issue of grain exports to the country.
This was stated by Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba on the air of the United News telethon, Ukrinform reports.
According to him, Kyiv is committed to constructive relations with Warsaw, so it is ready for negotiations and consultations.
"We are not set up for conflict. We are very open to talking to the Polish side, we respect it very much, we appreciate and are grateful for the support of the Polish people in countering Russian aggression," Kuleba added.
The foreign minister noted that Kyiv has done a lot with the European Commission to prevent the reintroduction of national bans on the export of Ukrainian grain and to prevent this issue from becoming a hostage to any political processes.
"We need to defeat a common enemy with the Poles - we have repeatedly demonstrated in history that when we are together, when we have solidarity, mutual support, mutual assistance, we are much stronger, when there are some unresolved issues between us, the third party will definitely benefit," Kuleba emphasized.
Author - Olena Madiak, 26/09/2023