Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Saturday in Warsaw that Poland is Ukraine’s second-largest trading partner in the European Union and the potential of bilateral cooperation has no limits, according to a statement from the Ukrainian president’s official website.

During the briefing that followed his meeting with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda, Zelensky said on Saturday that the meeting of Ukrainian-Polish intergovernmental commission for economic cooperation will be held soon, Xinhua news agency reported.

Zelensky expressed hope for an active dialogue between the governments of the two countries in the framework of the intergovernmental commission for economic cooperation to make sure that the next meeting will take place shortly.

On Thursday, Zelensky held a telephone conversation with Erdogan. President Erdogan confirmed the continuous support to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine and expressed his hope for further strengthening of the relations with Ukraine.

“In the development of the agreements reached by the parties during the official visit of the Ukraine president to the Republic of Turkey on August 7-8, Volodymyr Zelensky and Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed plans for holding the next High-Level Strategic Council meeting in Kyiv before the end of this year,” the Ukrainian president’s office said.

Earlier this month the leaders of the two countries agreed to coordinate actions in the Black Sea region and work jointly on bringing peace and stability to this part of the world during their meeting in Ankara on Aug 7.