Polish, German and Russian FMs to talk about Ukraine June 10
June 9, 2014
Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski will meet with his German and Russian counterparts, Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Sergey Lavrov, in the framework of the Kaliningrad Triangle in Saint Petersburg on June 10, Sikorski told Polsat News broadcaster.
Sikorski considers the meeting as "a good opportunity" to tell Russia what Poland and Germany think of its actions in the Crimean Peninsula, he said.
The ministers had agreed to the meeting four months ago at a security conference in Munich with a view to find a "constructive way" to solve the political crisis in Ukraine.
The eastern Ukraine is still torn by internal conflicts while pro-Moscow separatists are clashing with government forces, as the country's newly-elected president, Petro Poroshenko, vowed "to ensure peace and stability" by retaining control in the eastern regions.