On his Twitter, Klimkin wrote that the political relations between Ukraine and Poland depended on the common past and European future, not on who wons the presidential election in Poland – Bronislaw Komorowski or Andrzej Duda, Joinfo.ua reports.
"Relations between Ukraine and Poland depend not on the elections, but on the common past and common European future of two close peoples," said Klimkin.
It should be recalled that on the eve, Poland held the second round of presidential elections. According to preliminary data, the opposition candidate Andrzej Duda was 4% ahead of the incumbent head of state Bronislaw Komorowski, who already admitted his defeat. The CEC of Poland is expected to announce the final voting results tonight or Tuesday morning.
In turn, Michal Baranowski, the director of the Warsaw Office of the Marshal Fund of the United States noted that Poland's policy towards Ukraine would not change no matter who won the presidential elections.