The 6th meeting of the Ukrainian-Polish Intergovernmental Steering Council for Intergovernmental Cooperation took place in the Polish city of Arlamuv, the Cabinet’s press office reports.
As the Foreign Ministry press-service reported, during the meeting the parties discussed a broad spectrum of issues related to interregional cooperation and, in particular, use of the EU funds, development of the Ukrainian-Polish state border infrastructure, intensification of trans-border cooperation, strengthening interaction in the area of spatial planning, possible directions of cooperation in humanitarian area.
The parties also made a decision on development of road and railway map of border regions, integration of border territories, creation of a Ukrainian-Polish business center, common thematic tourist routes, improvement of mechanism for legal employment of the two countries' citizens, promotion cooperation among NGOs and youth networks, higher educational establishments, secondary schools, as well as local communities of border areas.
Besides, the parties announced plans to set up new check points at the Ukrainian-Polish border in the context of preparation for the Euro-2012.
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