RIGA - On Tuesday, President Egils Levits, during a meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda in Warsaw, discussed the common position regarding the necessary support for Ukraine, the Office of the President informed LETA.
The two presidents agreed that the "referendums" organized by Russia in the occupied territories of Ukraine are illegal and their results are invalid. "The annexed parts of Ukraine are Russian territory only in Putin's eyes," emphasized Levits.
The Latvian and Polish presidents also discussed energy security, including infrastructure protection. The President of Poland informed about regional cooperation within the circle of Visegrad countries.
Levits informed the President of Poland about the results of the Latvian parliamentary elections and the process of forming the next government.
Levits assured that the course of foreign policy will remain unchanged and Latvia will continue to do everything to strengthen external security in close cooperation with allies.