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WARSAW, November 6. /TASS/. Poland will seek to keep contacts with Russia in the possible fields, Polish Foreign Minister Grzegorz Schetyna said on Thursday.
“The conflict in Ukraine led to the aggravation of relations with Russia against our will,” he said.
“We’ll seek to keep contacts with Russia in the fields where possible,” Schetyna said, adding that Poland’s active efforts would correspond to the EU approach.
“Polish-Russian relations can be good,” he said. Schetyna cited as an example local trans-border movement between the Kaliningrad Region and Polish adjacent regions.
The investigation of the Smolensk air crash, the handover of the jet’s wreckage and a monument on the site of the tragedy have an impact on relations between Poland and Russia, Schetyna said.