Ukraine, Poland leaders agree to hold Advisory Committee meeting in March
A meeting of the Advisory Committee of President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda will be held in early March, spokesman for the president of Ukraine Sviatoslav Tseholko has said.
"A meeting of the Advisory Committee of the presidents of Ukraine and Poland will be held in early March," he wrote on Twitter.
The press service of the Ukrainian president reported Poroshenko and Duda had agreed on this during the Munich Security Conference on Saturday.
"The heads of the two states exchanged views on a wide range of issues of bilateral relations, as well as security problems. Among other things, they highlighted the importance of the holding this year of the next meeting of the intergovernmental Ukrainian-Polish commission on economic cooperation," the press service said.
The parties also welcomed the start of work of the joint Polish-Lithuanian-Ukrainian brigade and discussed the ways to intensify a dialogue in the context of Ukraine's relations with NATO.