Polish and UK Foreign and Defence Ministers held a meeting in Warsaw on Thursday, where they talked about security, bilateral partnership and UK's post-Brexit relations with the EU. «We have to work together to address the migration crisis, one of the biggest challenges we face. And we will continue to do that whatever our relationship with the EU,» British Secretary of Foreign Affairs Boris... Еще Johnson mentioned. He went on to say that «UK and Poland in extraordinary harmony, arm-in-arm, hand-in-hand and it's wonderful to see.» His Polish counterpart Jacek Czaputowicz said that the one thing that differentiates them form other EU countries «is the possibility of accepting or relocating refugees. Our society does not accept this, the government does not accept this.» For UK Defence Secretary Williamson, «Poland and Britain have a long tradition of standing together.» The meeting known as 'Quadriga' between the four ministers comes one month ahead of the NATO summit in Brussels.