Warsaw ensures Ukraine in support of its aspiration to NATO, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said in a phone talk with his Ukrainian counterpart, RIA Novosti-Ukraine reports.
“The prime ministers confirmed the strategic nature of the partnership between both countries. The prime minister stressed that Poland supports and will continue to support Euro-Atlantic aspirations of Ukraine,” says a statement of the Polish government press office. The Polish prime minister also expressed hope that Kiev would cancel moratorium for search and exhumation of remnants of victims of wars and political repressions in the territory of Ukraine. In turn, Volodymyr Groysman invited Morawiecki to visit a Kiev security forum.
Ukraine abandoned its out-of-bloc status as early as in 2014. On March 10, 2018, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called NATO to give Ukraine an IPAP. The NATO leadership, although it announces readiness to cooperate with Kiev on security issues, however, does not hurry to have a new member. So, the Ukrainian capital is searching for any support in the talks with the bloc.
At the same time, in recent years, there has been seen some tensions regarding discussions of historical events in 20th century.