Kyiv: Ukraine and Poland have agreed to strengthen cooperation in the matter of countering the Nord Stream 2 project. The relevant agreement was reached during a meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Presidents of the two countries in Warsaw on Friday, February 8, the press service of the head of state reports.
"In the context of non-permanent membership in the UN Security Council, further efforts were discussed with a view to consolidating the international community to provide practical support in countering Russian aggression and releasing Ukrainian prisoners illegally held by Russia, including sailors captured near the Kerch Strait in November 2018," said in a statement.
The parties stressed the importance of enhancing cross-border, economic and investment cooperation between Ukraine and Poland.
We recall that the two branches of the Nord Stream 2 should be built before the end of 2019. They will pass from the coast of the Russian Federation through the Baltic Sea to Germany. The total capacity of the pipeline is 55 billion cubic meters of gas per year.