Poland, Slovakia and Lithuania will seek funding sources for road projects in the border regions, the spokesman stated. She also admitted possibility of appeal to European Commission concerning investments for Ukraine.

 

“Acceleration of transport infrastructure development in the border regions of Poland, Ukraine and Slovakia is a subject of particular interest of Poland’s government. One of the projects implemented at the international level is the road route Via Carpatia, set up at the initiative of Poland and extended in 2016 for Ukraine as well. After necessary investments this route would unite this part of our continent,” Elzbieta Kisil told RIA Novosti on Thursday.

 

Earlier in September Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan stated at a meeting with Deputy Infrastructure and Construction Minister of Poland Jerzy Szmit that Ukraine together with Poland, Romania and Slovakia planned to address to EC with an initiative of joint development of border infrastructure between Ukraine and European Union.