Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych will make a working visit to Poland on March 22 at the invitation of his Polish counterpart Bronislaw Komorowski to participate in Ukrainian-Polish talks, the press service of the Ukrainian president has said.
Head of Ukraine's Presidential Administration Serhiy Liovochkin said that during the president's visit, it is planned to hold Ukrainian-Polish summit talks, as well as a trilateral meetings of the presidents of Ukraine, Poland, and Hungary. According to Liovochkin, the agenda of the visit includes issues related to the development of the countries' political dialogue, intensification of trade and economic relations, in particular in the spheres of energy and transport, as well as the issue of cross-border cooperation. "Special attention will be focused on the topic of Ukraine's European integration, first of all, in the light of the results of the 16th EU-Ukraine Summit, and the preparations for the signing of the Association Agreement with the EU," reads the statement. The president will also raise issues connected with the intensification of cooperation between regions of Central and Eastern Europe, in particular Ukraine's involvement in joint projects of the Visegrad Four.