Poland's National Security Bureau chief Marek Siwiec is coming to Moscow on a two-day visit this Monday to discuss with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Rushailo arrangements for Putin's trip to Warsaw in mid-January, reports the Polish embassy in Russia. An arrangement for the Siwiec visit was made when Russian Security Council Secretary Vladimir Rushailo attended last November's Warsaw anti-terrorism conference at the level of heads of state and high-ranking officials from Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. Under review in Moscow will be also the joint effort against terrorism, European cooperation and security. Marek Siwiec is likely to have other appointments in the Russian capital as well.
The counter-offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is subsiding, and many try to make forecasts about the outcome of military operations in Ukraine