In this episode of The Debrief, we are at home with Krzysztof Czyżewski, Polish poet, director and founder of the Borderland Foundation in Sejny, northeastern Poland.
Those responsible for crimes against the Ukrainian state and nation will be brought before justice, said Zbigniew Rau, the Polish foreign minister who also chairs the Organization for the Co-operation and Security in Europe (OSCE).
Without more forceful intervention in Ukraine's war, the consequences for the U.S. and Europe could be devastating, Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland’s prime minister, wrote in an article published on the Politico website, on Monday.
Poland's president has said anyone who has seen Ukrainian towns like Bucha, Borodyanka, Irpin and Mariupol, knows why allied forces have a presence on Nato's eastern flank.
Poland's president has made frequent calls for Olaf Scholtz, the German chancellor, and President Emmanuel Macron of France to see the Ukrainian towns of Bucha and Irpin in the hope it will change their attitude, a deputy foreign minister said on Monday.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has called for the "barbarian invaders" of Ukraine to be held responsible for their actions in Bucza and other places if the world is to remain “just and free.”
Having already raised PLN 36,000 online to help reactivate Ukraine’s artisanal bakeries, Jacek Polewski, owner of Poznań’s Czarny bakery, has helped a Bucza bakery back to its feet after feeling compelled to help.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has called on the European Commission to put into operation a solidarity fund for Ukraine, and to offer it "new money."
Poland's president has said in an interview with US broadcaster CNN that alleged Russian war crimes in the Ukrainian town of Bucha fulfil the definition of genocide.
WARNING! GRAPHIC IMAGES: As the world reels in horror from Russian atrocities in Ukraine, leading historians and others have been drawing parallels with the 1940 Katyń massacre which saw over 20,000 Poles murdered by Stalin’s secret police.