Ukraine and Poland can reach an agreement on grain imports and Warsaw's support will continue. This was stated by Mykhailo Podolyak, Advisor to the Head of the Presidential Office, during a telethon held yesterday.
According to Podolyak, Ukraine and Poland maintain absolutely pragmatic and positive relations. Warsaw, of course, is protecting its economic interests, while Kyiv is looking for ways to preserve its economic potential in the face of Russian attacks on its ports.
The Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President emphasized that the economy is always a matter of competition, and it is important to understand that the differences between Ukraine and Poland are only Russians' pink dreams.
"Therefore, we need to look at the situation soberly. I do not see any option that Poland will not support Ukraine until the end of the war. We will sit down at the negotiating table, we will negotiate, but we will come to an agreement," Podolyak said.