Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has called Russian President Vladimir Putin's attempts to quarrel with Ukraine and Poland futile.
Kuleba wrote about this on Twitter, commenting on the Kremlin leader's statements about Poland's alleged plans to occupy western Ukraine.
The minister emphasized that Putin's intentions to "drive a wedge" between Kyiv and Warsaw are "as futile as his failed invasion of Ukraine."
"Unlike Russia, Poland and Ukraine have learned from history and will always stand together against Russian imperialism and disrespect for international law," the Ukrainian Foreign Minister said.
He also circulated a statement from the Polish Foreign Ministry, which said that the historical insinuations of the Russian authorities testify to Russia's deep-rooted revisionism and imperialism.
Putin said on Friday that a Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian brigade formed by the militaries of the three states was allegedly preparing to occupy western Ukraine.
Author - Olena Madiak, 24/07/2023