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KIEV, September 4. /TASS/. The ceasefire regime in Donbas has been in place for six days in a row, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Friday at a meeting with Polish president’s envoy Krzystof Szczerski.
"The ceasefire regime has been observed in Donbas for six days running, which gives hope for a peaceful development of the process," the press service of the Ukrainian head of state quoted min as saying.
The Ukrainian president noted the potential and importance of developing relations between countries. Thus, he said Ukraine was paying special attention to closer military technical cooperation within the framework of the Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian brogade.
The sides, according to the press service, stressed the importance of consolidated efforts of the world community in establishing peace in Ukraine and preserving security in Europe. "The Polish president pledged that one of the most important tasks of the country’s foreign policy is to ensure security and peace in the region. The situation in Ukraine is vitally important in this context," Szczerski was quoted as saying.
The sides discussed the roadmap of contacts between the two countries’ presidents. Poroshenko invited his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda to visit Ukraine. "Further development of our relations will make both countries stronger and will raise the level of trust," Poroshenko said.