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Prime Minister Tusk: Polish farmers can count on me. Meeting with the government of Ukraine on March 28

Ukraine
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 23, 2024

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Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk has expressed concern over escalating tensions in Ukraine and the mobilization of Western countries. He has confirmed a meeting with Ukrainian officials before March 28 to discuss border issues and mutual trade. Tusk emphasized the need for solidarity with Ukraine and the protection of Polish farmers from the negative effects of trade liberalization with Ukraine. He is also in contact with the European Commission and President Duda to correct European policy regarding the border situation with Ukraine, stating that the Polish border protects not only Polish but also European interests.
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Tension is growing over the situation on the front in Ukraine. The matter is serious and also involves the mobilization of Western countries so that the community is prepared for more difficult scenarios, said Prime Minister Donald Tusk on Thursday. He added that a meeting with the Ukrainian government will be held on March 28 in Warsaw. At Thursday's press conference, Prime Minister Donald Tusk said that recent weeks in Polish and international politics have been days of growing tension related to the situation on the front in Ukraine. He also recalled that he had held a series of meetings with political leaders of European countries and all talks focused on the war. "The matter is indeed very serious and related not only to the critical situation on the Ukrainian-Russian front. It is also related to the non-standard, extraordinary mobilization of Western countries so that the entire Western community is prepared for more difficult scenarios," said the head of government. "In ...
Source: AgroPolska
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