Posted on 14.02.2012 in Featured, News, Ukraine

Polish visa center opened in Donetsk

The Polish visa center opened in Donetsk on Thursday, the press service of Donetsk Regional Council has reported.

The visa center’s opening ceremony was attended by Donetsk Mayor Oleksandr Lukyanchenko, Deputy Head of Donetsk Regional Council Oleksandr Kravtsov and Deputy Head of Donetsk Regional State Administration Oleksandr Fomenko. The ceremony was opened by Polish Consul General in Kharkiv Jan Granat.

“A protocol on cooperation between the Association of Local Government Agencies in Donetsk Region and the Union of the Voivodeships (provinces) of the Republic of Poland was signed on March 11 last year. Five mutual visits were made within the year. In January 2012, our experts underwent training in Poland, and an exchange of delegations will continue. The opening of the visa center will further strengthen our cooperation.” – Kravtsov said during the opening of the center.

Granat said that this was the fifth such visa center in Ukraine. Poland is planning soon to open its seventh consulate general in Ukraine – in Donetsk.

Source: KyivPost