Ukraine will resolve all differences in relations with Poland in an atmosphere of constructiveness and is ready to consult on the export of agricultural products.
This was stated on the air of the telethon by the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba.
"We are not in the mood for conflict. We are constructive, ready for negotiations, for consultations. We are very open to conversation with the Polish side, we respect it very much, we infinitely appreciate and are grateful for the support of the Polish people in countering Russian aggression," Kuleba stressed.
He noted that Kyiv had always been committed to a constructive dialogue with partners on grain exports. Ukraine cooperated with Poland, the European Commission, and other neighboring countries to prevent further escalations.
"We have done a lot with the European Commission to prevent the reintroduction of national bans. We are against this issue becoming hostage to any political processes. We need to defeat a common enemy with the Poles - we have repeatedly demonstrated in history that when we are together, when there is solidarity, mutual support, mutual assistance between us, we are much stronger, when there are some unresolved issues between us, then a third party will definitely benefit," the minister stressed.
Earlier, it was reported that the United States was demanding clarification from Poland regarding its support for Ukraine after Polish officials suggested that Warsaw could stop military aid.
In addition, we previously reported that the head of the international policy bureau of the Chancellery of the President of Poland, Marcin Przydacz, said that if Ukraine "does not want to be friends with Poland, we will not impose ourselves."
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