Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland Zbigniew Rau, who currently chairs the OSCE, arrived on a working visit to Ukraine. About it reported on Twitter of the Polish OSCE Chairmanship.
“Polish Foreign Minister, OSCE Chairman-in-Office Zbigniew Rau has started his visit to Ukraine. Despite Russian obstructionism, Poland is determined to ensure OSCE activities and assistance to Ukraine.
🇵🇱 FM @RauZbigniew, @OSCE Chairman-in-Office has started his visit to Ukraine 🇺🇦.
Despite Russian obstructionism, Poland is determined to ensure the OSCE’s activity and assistance to Ukraine.#OSCE2022POL pic.twitter.com/Wx4pRqmYdk
— Polish OSCE Chairmanship 2022 (@PLinOSCE) August 2, 2022
As a reminder, the term of the mandate of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine expired March 31, 2022. Due to the lack of consensus on the extension of the work, the OSCE announced on July 1 that it would take immediate steps to close the Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine.
According to Agil Rustamzade, a well-known military analyst from Azerbaijan, after the end of the Russian-Ukrainian war, it is quite possible that new regional military-political alliances will be formed. And in this world, the role of the European Union will noticeably weaken. And the subjectivity of Ukraine will remain, and in the future our state will be able to form its own regional military-political union. According to Rustamzade, we already see his sketches – this is Poland and the Baltic countries. After all, we have a common vision of politics, economics and military development. At the same time, next to this union will be Britain.