Ukraine (bbabo.net), - Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk today, January 22, began a visit to Ukraine, the city of Kyiv.
First of all, Tusk, together with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal, laid wreaths at the “Wall of Memory of Heroes” on St. Michael’s Square in Kyiv. The Polish Prime Minister told reporters:
“We will talk about how we can jointly mobilize the West to take more vigorous action. This is one of the main purposes of my visit.”
According to Tusk, he intends to negotiate with Kiev “not only in the spirit of friendship,” but also “with the mindset of solving problems as quickly as possible, and not preserving or multiplying them.” Let us remind you that the problems mentioned by the Polish prime minister are, first of all, a boycott of Polish farmers and road transporters of goods from Ukraine.