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Donald Tusk agrees to meeting with Zelenskyy, reveals scheduled date

Donald Tusk agrees to meeting with Zelenskyy, reveals scheduled date Donald Tusk, Prime Minister of Poland (Photo: Getty Images)
Author: Daria Shekina

The new Prime Minister of Poland, Donald Tusk, may hold a meeting with the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, as early as tomorrow, December 14th. Tusk has shared this information with journalists ahead of the EU-Western Balkans summit.

The head of the Polish government has announced that the Ukrainian side has proposed a meeting with Zelenskyy tomorrow, December 14, in the morning. Currently, technical details are still being coordinated.

At the same time, Tusk has noted that it is still unclear how President Zelenskyy will participate in the summit of EU leaders, which will begin tomorrow, December 14.

"So I'm not ready to give a specific answer as to where and when, but I'll say that I'm ready for such a meeting. And, probably, it will take place tomorrow morning," the Prime Minister has added.

Tusk has reminded that he has friendly relations with the Ukrainian president, and "if friends invite, then he'll be there the next day where he needs to be."


Yesterday, December 12, the Polish parliament expressed confidence in Tusk's government in the evening. This officially made him the prime minister of the country.

According to Polish media reports, Ukraine has already invited him to visit Kyiv. Moreover, our country is interested in ensuring that such a visit takes place as soon as possible.

For more details about the new Prime Minister of Poland, you can find information in the material from RBC-Ukraine.