40 MPs of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland will stay in Ukraine on October 25 - 29, as part of a special mission of observers for the parliamentary elections in Ukraine, held on October 28.

The delegation of the Polish parliamentarians will be headed by the Civic Platform ruling Polish party representative, chairman of the committee on national and ethnic minorities of the Sejm Ukrainian-born Myron Sycz.

"Considering the importance of Ukraine in the international community and the importance of the Polish-Ukrainian political dialogue, the Polish Sejm decided to send a mission of 40 members - representatives of the Polish delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of Poland and Ukraine, the Polish-Ukrainian parliamentary group and representatives of all the parliamentary committees of the Polish Sejm," the message reads.

On October 25-27, the Polish MPs are to meet with representatives of the Ukrainian authorities, in particular, the Central Election Commission and the precinct election commissions’ members, with the representatives of campaign headquarters of the major political parties, as well as the members of organizations monitoring the elections.

On Sunday, October 28, deputies in groups of two people will observe the voting.

"The mission of the Polish Sejm aims, first of all, at assessing compliance of the electoral process in Ukraine with the international standards in the context of promoting democracy and respect for civil liberties," the report emphasizes.

The mission plans to prepare a report on the results of their work.

The Polish Sejm spokesman added that, apart from this special mission, the elections in Ukraine will be observed by Poles members of the Parliamentary Assembly, the OSCE and the NATO missions.



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