Fakty po Faktach
Petro Poroshenko: Ukraine will never give up
Polish president Andrzej Duda made an unexpected visit to Kyiv on Sunday and became the first foreign head of state to address the Ukrainian parliament since the outbreak of the war. What is the significance of his visit? "President Duda's visit is extremely symbolic. First of all, it demonstrates that the Polish president, the Polish government, the Polish parliament (...) and Polish people [go] shoulder in shoulder with us", Petro Poroshenko, Ukraine's former president said in "Fakty po Faktach". According to him, Duda's speech included several important initiatives. "First of all, that Ukrainian citizens [in Poland] are guests. Ukrainian women and children are not refugees. This is a sign of dignity for the Ukrainian people", he emphasized. Diana Rudnik's guest also referred to the military situation in Ukraine. "We will never accept neither Russian presence in Crimea nor Donbas, nor any other territory", he said and added: "Ukraine will never give up. The situation is difficult, (...) but we have a motivation to win the war. This is our soil, we are protecting our people. Our parents were buried here".