"The debate in the UN, also thanks to Poland, will give another signal that we do not agree to this [occupation of Crimea]. It won't be so that four years will pass and we will accept this fact. We will not agree to this. Russia will feel the consequences of violation of international treaties that it signed, violation of basic international principles," Cichocki said.
He noted that Poland was actively involved in the international process on improving sanctions policy against Russia. In this context, he noted that the Polish side had recently handed over another package of proposals to U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Kurt Volker, who was on a visit to Warsaw.