Ukraine, Poland elaborating new treaty - Duda
MOSCOW. April 5 (Interfax) - Polish President Andrzej Duda has said a new treaty between Poland and Ukraine is being prepared.
"We are working on a new treaty between our countries. The future will fill this treaty with content. We hope that we will be able to sign this treaty in the near future," Ukrainian media quoted Duda as saying at a press conference in Warsaw on Wednesday following talks with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.
Duda expressed his desire that "the Ukrainians and the Poles would not feel a border between us." "It will be a border in the political sense, but we would like to have two cooperating countries, so that it would be a community of two fraternal neighboring nations," he said.
The Polish president also noted the great opportunities for Polish businesses in Ukraine. "Ukraine is a big country that has very great opportunities. I expect that the gates for economic development between us will open," he said.