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 Polish President Duda to send special envoy to Ukraine to discuss possible participation of Poland in settlement of situation in Donbas

President of Poland Andrzej Duda will send a special envoy to Ukraine to discuss the country’s possible participation in the settlement of the situation in Ukraine’s Donbas.

Presidential Administration Deputy Chairman Kostiantyn Yelisieiev announced, Censor.NET informs citing UNIAN.

"President Duda's special envoy, with whom we will discuss both the road map for bilateral relations between presidents of Ukraine and Poland, and possible involvement of Poland in the settlement of the situation in the Donbas, will arrive to us early September," he said.

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As reported earlier, Petro Poroshenko and Andrzej Duda agreed during a telephone conversation on Aug. 14 that the special envoy of the president of Poland will visit Ukraine soon to agree the road map of political dialogue and prepare for the forthcoming Ukraine-Poland summit.

It is expected that Andrzej Duda's special envoy will be appointed President of Poland Office Head Krzysztof Szczersky.

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