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A Polish deputy foreign minister has appealed to the European Union and its members to increase their humanitarian assistance to Ukraine.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has told a high-profile international fundraiser for Ukraine in Warsaw that the war-torn country needs around 12 tonnes of humanitarian aid every day.
The star visited the border just before Easter where he cooked borscht for 1,500 people before crossing into Ukraine on foot.
More and more world leaders see the need to impose stricter sanctions on Russia, especially an embargo on imports of hydrocarbons, Poland's president said after online talks with US President Joe Biden and the leaders of the Nato, EU and G7 countries.
A 100-soldier unit of the Canadian armed forces will relocate to Poland to aid Ukrainian war refugees, the Canadian defence minister said on Thursday.
More than 100 shipments of humanitarian aid have left the Polish capital for various destinations in war-torn Ukraine since it was attacked by Russia on February 24, the Mayor of Warsaw has said.
Ukraine's foreign minister has said that Nato is not ready to carry out a peace-keeping mission in Ukraine.
US President Joe Biden, who is on a two-day visit to Poland, said ahead of talks with his Polish counterpart, Andrzej Duda, that the most important thing the West can do is to stay united.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that the EU should do everything to supply defensive equipment to Ukraine.