Polish military assistance to Ukraine hits EUR 1.8 bln

Michal Dworczyk told Radio Plus on Monday that "the sum is constantly growing." Leszek Szymański/PAP

The value of Polish military assistance to Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion has exceeded EUR 1.8 billion, according to the head of Poland's Prime Minister's Office.

Michal Dworczyk told Radio Plus on Monday that "the sum is constantly growing."

He also said Poland was the biggest donor of military equipment to Ukraine in Europe.

"The sum has now exceeded EUR 1.8 billion," Dworczyk said. "Globally, we're the second country, after the United States, in term of support offered to Ukraine."

In late April, the Polish government said that the value of support given to Ukraine had reached PLN 7 billion, or EUR 1.49 billion.