Poland is ready to support the deployment of UN peacekeepers in the Donbass. This was announced at a meeting with Deputy foreign Minister of Ukraine Serhiy Kislitsa in Warsaw, Deputy foreign Minister of Poland Bartosz Tsihotsky, reports UKRINFORM.
Tsihotsky said that Poland is ready to participate actively in situation settlement in the East of Ukraine as a non-permanent member of the UN security Council from 1 January 2018.
“Ukraine as a strategic partner for Poland can count on our participation in the process of restoring respect for international order”, – said the representative of the Polish Ministry.
According to Tsihotsky, it is necessary to provide appropriate conditions for the work of the special monitoring mission of OSCE in the East of Ukraine and the need to increase her activity.
Representatives of the Ukrainian and Polish Ministers expressed their willingness to consultations regarding the new law on education in Ukraine.
Previously Estonia has supported the initiative for the introduction of UN peacekeepers to the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, including in non-government controlled areas.
On 11 September the head of the aggressor Vladimir Putin said that are not against the introduction of peacekeepers not only in the lines of demarcation in the occupied parts of Donbas. An opinion he changed after a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Earlier, Russia stated that “not a party to the conflict”, and to introduce peacekeepers should be only on the demarcation line.