News from Poland: Poland wants to be Ukraine's ambassador to EU

14:05 Sep. 7, 2016

Poland wants to be Ukraine's ambassador to EU

Photo Courtesy - Poland's PM press-office on Twritter, Kancelaria Premiera, @PremierRP

Free, democratic and independent Ukraine will guarantee security, Polish PM says 

Poland wants to become Ukraine's ambassador to the EU. Poland's Prime Minister Beata Szydlo reported on Twitter during the 26th Economic Forum in Krynica Zdroj in Poland.

"We want to be Ukraine's Ambassador on the EU arena. A free, democratic and independent Ukraine is a guarantee for security. Ukraine in the EU, is a goal we want to achieve", Beata Szydlo wrote.

She also expressed the hope of deepening cooperation with Ukraine.

As was earlier reported, since the beginning of 2017, Poland will change the employment rules for Ukrainians. Local authorities instead of employers will be issuing work permits.

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