Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with his Polish counterpart, Andrzej Duda, on his way back from a meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden in Washington D.C.
Zelensky had flown to the United States via Poland earlier this week and after touching down at Rzeszów airport; the Ukrainian leader used the opportunity to touch base with Duda in a meeting which lasted for two hours.
In a Facebook post published on Thursday, Zelensky revealed he had discussed “strategic plans for the future, bilateral relations, and international interactions in 2023” with Duda, who he described as a “friend of Ukraine.”
He thanked his Polish counterpart for his “constant and powerful support” during a year which had “brought historical challenges due to a full-scale war.”
The two presidents reviewed the year gone by which had brought historic challenges in the shape of full scale war. They also discussed strategic plans for the future, bilateral relations and international cooperation for 2023, president Duda posted on Twitter.
Zelensky briefed Duda on his meeting with President Biden, in which Ukraine was assured that the United States would continue to offer its unwavering support to the country in the face of Russian aggression.