The situation around the ban on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products is unlikely to significantly affect the friendly relations between Ukraine and Poland. This was stated by Polish President Andrzej Duda, PAP reports.
"For me, cooperation with Ukraine and support for Ukraine has a historical dimension. I say this in all seriousness - the historical dimension between our peoples and countries. This is not just some event, some action," he said.
Duda noted that the help of Poles and Polish entrepreneurs to Ukraine and its citizens fleeing the war is "a huge human capital created between our countries and peoples."
He added that he did not believe that any political or legal dispute could destroy this capital.
"I have no doubt that the dispute over the supply of grain from Ukraine to the Polish market is absolutely a thorn in the side of all Polish-Ukrainian relations. And I don't believe that under normal circumstances it can have a significant impact on them. This is an issue that we simply have to resolve between ourselves," the Polish president added.