Polish President Andrzej Duda announced that he could not meet “due to limited time” [Ukrainas prezidentu] Volodymyr Zelensky. Duda told Polish TV channel TVN24 that he was making a speech at the UN rostrum when he was supposed to meet with Zelenski.
Duda also added that the meeting could have been held later “on its behalf” “if the Ukrainian side had made such a request.”
“I will definitely talk to him as soon as I get the opportunity, but we will definitely not talk in front of the cameras. As we have talked many times before, we will talk face to face, like two friends who want to solve different difficult situations.
Duda also said he found Zelensky’s remarks “unfair” that Poland was preparing “the stage for the Moscow actor” with unilateral grain restrictions.
“This is a disagreement that concerns a small part of our relationship. Do not apply it to everything because it has no basis and only benefits others.”
On September 19, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told the UN General Assembly that “someone in Europe is playing the theater of political solidarity by turning grain shipments into tension,” thus helping to “bring Moscow’s actors to the stage.”
Following these words, Poland summoned the Ukrainian ambassador.
Lithuanian President Gitāns Nausėda met separately with the presidents of Ukraine and Poland on Thursday and called on them to resolve their differences as soon as possible to ensure the security of the entire region.
Source: Tv Net
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