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Zelensky: We are negotiating a security agreement with Poland

Apr 11, 2024

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that Ukraine and Poland are already negotiating a bilateral security agreement within the framework of the Vilnius Declaration of the Group of Seven.

He made the statement following the Three Seas Initiative summit in Vilnius on 11 April, Yevropeiska Pravda reports.


Zelenskyy stressed that Poland is a powerful partner of Ukraine, "both geographically and historically," and Kyiv expects that "we will have an equally powerful security guarantee agreement so that it is not just rhetoric and not just a declaration."

"I am glad that Poland has joined the Vilnius Declaration of the Group of Seven. This is very important for us. And now (there have been - Ed.) several rounds of negotiations between our teams, and I wish - let's hope - that the relevant document between our countries will be ready," he added.

The Head of State pointed out that Ukraine needs bilateral security agreements against the backdrop of delayed US assistance, as well as increased mobilization in Russia and the supply of drones from Iran and artillery shells and missiles from North Korea.

Author - Olena Madiak, 11/04/2024

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