Duda says Ukraine needs more weapons to stop Russian offensive
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has told the World Economic Forum in Davos he was afraid Russia was preparing a new offensive in Ukraine so it was necessary to provide additional support to Kyiv with modern tanks and missiles.
On Wednesday, Duda along with Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg, took part in a panel discussion on restoring security and peace.
In his address, Duda said that after his meeting last week with Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelensky, he knows that Ukraine needs more arms because there is no end in sight to the war.
According to him, the number of weapons delivered to Ukraine so far is not enough.
Duda also said that he feared that Russia was preparing a new offensive, probably in the next few months, and therefore there was a need to send new military resources and equipment to Ukraine.
He added that modern tanks and missiles are what Ukraine really needs now to defend itself and stop any Russian offensive.