Foreign Affairs Minister Bujar Osmani, in company of his Polish and Swedish counterparts, FMs Zbigniew Rau and Ann Linde respectively, travelled to the Polish-Ukrainian border, where they held a meeting with Ukrainian FM Dmitry Kuleba. Osmani, Rau and Linde realised this meeting in role of the OSCE Troika, and spoke with Kuleba about the situation in Ukraine and possible ways for OSCE to provide support to Kyiv. “We need to do much more not only to deal with the consequences of this madness, but to stop it completely too. We are all amazed by the heroic resistance of the Ukrainian people to the Russian aggression, and it is our duty to help them in every possible way. The pictures of refugee camps are very disturbing, especially for us from the Balkans, for our memories from the 1990s are still fresh,” Osmani said at a press conference after the meeting with Kuleba. The OSCE Troika representatives once again condemned the Russian aggression over Ukraine, adding that in the upcoming period OSCE will pay special attention to the situation.