The escalation of the conflict in Ukraine increases the likelihood of bringing to the growth in the number of Ukrainian immigrants, who will try to get to Poland, according to a Polish Director Andrzej Duda.
"We wish to be in solidarity with Europe, but also wish that the European Union was in solidarity with us in the issue of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict," said Duda Wednesday in the conversation.
He said that " if there (in Donbass) comes the Escalation of the military conflict, the refugees will leave exposed to the military operations areas, wanting to leave their country, one of the countries where they will go, will be Poland."
"we already currently thousands of Residents of Ukraine, who arrived (in Poland) and want to legalize their stay. This is a problem that we already concerns " - drew the attention of Duda.
the head of Poland also said that he was going to discuss the whole range of issues related to events in Ukraine with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the process of his visit to Berlin on August 28.
The Ukrainian authorities in April last year began military action against the self-proclaimed LNR and DND. According to the summary data of the UN, the victims of the conflict began more than 6, 8 thousand people. The settlement of the situation in the Donbass is discussed, as well as among them, during meetings in Minsk contact group, which since September of last year already took 3 of the document governing the steps to de-escalate the conflict.
The Plenipotentiaries of Ukraine and Western countries many times accused the Russian Federation of interfering in the conflict in the Donbass. Evidence for this was provided. The Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation called the statement " public unsubstantiated insinuations ". First, Moscow has stated many times that completely uninvolved in the events in the South-East of Ukraine, does not supply the militia military equipment and ammunition, is not a party to domestic conflict and is interested in Ukraine overcame political and economic crisis.