Europe cannot turn its back on Ukraine, Polish PM says

Europe must not turn its back on crisis-hit Ukraine and should make proposals leading to a "good solution" to its troubles, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said on Wednesday after a joint meeting of central European prime ministers in Budapest.


Leaders of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, commonly known as the Visegrad Four, adopted a joint statement, strongly condemning the violence in neighboring Ukraine. "A further escalation of the crisis endangers the future of Ukraine and threatens with a complete destabilization of the country," the joint statement said. (Reuters)