President of Poland Andrzej Duda arrived in the Ukrainian capital city of Kyiv on Aug. 23, the Polish president’s press service reported.
Duda and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskyy, along with the delegations of Ukraine and Poland, will hold talks during the visit, the press service said.
The officials will discuss the situation in Ukraine, its military, economic and humanitarian support, as well as bilateral cooperation.
Duda will also take part in the second annual summit of the Crimean Platform – a diplomatic initiative by Zelenskyy to end the Russian-occupation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula.
The visit of the Polish president is taking place on the eve of Ukraine’s Independence Day and is already the third since the beginning of the war. Duda previously visited Kyiv on April 13 and May 21-22.
Zelenskyy and other Ukrainian government officials have warned Ukrainians to be cautious during this holiday period, as there are fears that the Kremlin may order mass missile attacks on these days.