President Andrzej Duda, in a conversation with the correspondent of the “Fakty” TVN channel in the United States, Marcin Frona, referred to Polish-Ukrainian relations and the words of President Volodymyr Zelensky speaking at the UN forum. – I felt bitter, I felt sad – he confessed. He stated, “This dispute concerns a small part of our relations.”
President Andrzej Duda is in the United States to participate in the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly. He was interviewed by Marcin Rona, correspondent of TVN “Fakty” channel in the USA.
The president was asked about the speech of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who accused at the UN forum “how some of our friends in Europe are manipulating our solidarity in the political theater, turning the grain issue into a sensational story.” “It seems like they are playing against each other, but in reality they are helping to pave the way for the actor coming from Moscow,” he said.
He did not mention Poland, but of course there was a suggestion and we all understood it. I felt sad at that moment because I thought it was unfair what he was saying. However, as time passes, these feelings fade, because I have them like everyone else, President Duda said.
When asked if he felt nervous after Zelensky’s words, he replied: – Maybe the word “nervous” is too strong. I was bitter, I would put it that way. The president stressed that “this dispute concerns a small part of our relations.” He added – We should not allow it to affect everyone, because there is no justification for it, and only others will benefit from it.
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