"I walked through the corridors of the house and this is how we want the world to see Ukraine: comfortable, modern, elegant, comfortable, and full of meaning. I am convinced that this building symbolizes a Ukraine we want to build," Kuleba said.
He thanked former Ukrainian Ambassador to Poland Markiyan Malsky for starting the project to create a new building of the Embassy of Ukraine in Poland and incumbent Ambassador Andrii Deshchytsia for its successful completion.
Czaputowicz, in turn, stressed that the new building of the Embassy of Ukraine in Poland is "a good symbol of the rooting of Ukrainians in Polish society."
According to him, the presence of a significant number of Ukrainians in Poland is "very useful for the Polish economy." He said that a large number of Ukrainians need consular care in Poland, and the opening of a new consulate building will greatly help Ukrainians.
Czaputowicz stressed that his talks with Kuleba were "fruitful." He noted that before that the ministers had talked on the phone three times and only now there was an opportunity to meet in person.
"Poland has consistently supported Ukraine's sovereignty and independence within the borders set by international law," Czaputowicz said.
He said that Ukrainians and Poles need mutual support. He also noted that Warsaw will continue to support Kyiv on its path towards the EU and NATO.
Kuleba and Czaputowicz signed a "symbolic act" on the opening of a new building of the Embassy of Ukraine in Poland.
About 200 guests took part in the opening ceremony for the new consulate building.
Photo credit: Ukrainian Foreign Ministry
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