Poland's permanent representative at the EU has met with the ambassadors of Japan, Ukraine, Estonia, Finland and Lithuania to discuss assistance for Ukraine and sanctions on Russia.
Sixty seven percent of Poles in a survey for the wpolityce.pl website said they were proud of the aid Poland has extended to Ukraine in its conflict with Russia.
Poland is a leading provider of military aid to Ukraine, Josep Borrell, the EU’s foreign policy chief, told PAP on Tuesday.
Andrzej Duda, the president of Poland, has thanked Jewish communities in the country for the help they have extended to Ukrainian refugees.
Poland's envoy to the United Nation said that Poland was spending around 1.5 percent of its GDP on humanitarian aid for Ukraine.
Poland's government adopted on Tuesday an amendment to a law on aid for Ukrainian citizens, tightening the system of benefits paid to war refugees and providing for them to cover part of the costs of collective accommodation.
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A Polish deputy foreign minister and the deputy head of the UK's mission to Poland signed a memorandum on Thursday on support for Ukraine, under which the UK will provide GBP 10 million (EUR 11.45 million) from its Solidarity Forum Poland to aid Ukrainian refugees.
Poland is the number-three country in terms of aid granted to Ukraine, as measured by its ratio to Gross Domestic Product (GDP), recent data from a German think tank has shown.
The US ambassador to Warsaw has said Poland should receive the Nobel Peace Prize for its support for Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war.