Poland will reopen consulates in Ukraine when it is sure that they are safe.
Consulate General of Poland in Ukraine, which had been temporarily suspended after the incident in Lutsk, will be operational after ensuring them safety from the Ukrainian state. This was stated by the Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland Witold Waszczykowski.
“The Consulate will open when we will be sure that they will be guaranteed security,” he said.
Waszczykowski stressed that guarantee the safety of Polish consular offices should the Ukrainian state.
He also noted that Poland is determined to strengthen the protection of diplomatic consular offices in Ukraine due to deployment of additional security personnel.
“Only when we are convinced that both we and the Ukrainian side has done everything possible to ensure the safety of our missions, we will restore the normal functioning of these institutions” – said Waszczykowski.
As reported, on the night of 29 March in Lutsk from a grenade fired at the building of Consulate General of Poland. The roof of the building were damaged. As a result of incident nobody has suffered. After this incident, Poland has closed down all the consulates in Ukraine.
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