Poland mulling security assistance to Ukraine

Poland mulling security assistance to Ukraine

Warsaw is looking into providing military assistance to Kyiv. The issue is being discussed in Vistula, Poland, by the presidents of Ukraine and Poland, Volodymyr Zelensky and Andrzej Duda.

This was announced on TVP.INFO by the head of the Polish National Security Bureau, Paweł Soloch, Ukrinform reports with reference to Wnp.pl.

"Both Presidents are talking about this," Soloch said when asked if Poland intended to provide military support to Ukraine in the face of Russia's military aggression.

According to the top security official, during the talks of the two presidents, "the possibilities of supporting Ukraine will also be discussed in material terms, not only in the context of political support."

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Soloch added that, before meeting with Zelensky, Duda had discussed assistance to Ukraine with the Polish government officials, including the leadership of the Ministry of Defense, the Interior Ministry, and the Foreign Ministry.

Talks between Presidents Zelensky and Duda are taking place in the Vistula in southern Poland on Thursday and Friday. The top agenda of talks is the regional security situation.


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