"They )Polish-Russian relations - ed.) are not very good, but I don't know any country in Europe which has good relations with Russia at the moment," he said.
According to him, the EU should continue to apply sanctions against Russia, but still leave a space for dialogue.
According to Schetyna, the repetition of the cold war is unlikely.
"Today we have a different situation, the world is not the same as it was then. Today, there are many opportunities for cooperation and dialogue," the head of the Polish Foreign Ministry said.
"It will be disastrous if we do not use them and instead enter into a state of war - no matter whether it is a cold war or the actual one. Both would end badly," Schetyna said.
"We must do everything we can to prevent it. The future depends on whether we can dissuade Russia from continuing its aggressive behavior," Schetyna noted.
Earlier, the Polish foreign minister said that the EU needed to prepare new sanctions.