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  • 13 January 2016

    Polish-Russian political consultations at the level of deputy foreign ministers will be held in Moscow on 22 January.

    The consultations will be attended by MFA Undersecretary of State Marek Ziółkowski and the First Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Titov. The agenda will include bilateral issues, among others political relations; the question of commemoration; economic, trans-border and regional cooperation; and the functioning of Polish-Russian dialogue institutions.


    Deputy chiefs of Polish and Russian diplomacy will also discuss selected international issues, such as: EU-Russia and NATO-Russia relations, the implementation of the Minsk agreements, and the security situation in the Middle East (Syria).


    On the Polish side’s initiative, the Smolensk crash investigation will also be on the agenda.


    Previous consultations took place in Warsaw on 23 February 2015.


    Artur Dmochowski

    MFA Press Spokesman


    Tags: Russia

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