With the war in Ukraine reaching its third week, over 1.2 million people have so far crossed the border into Poland. Some will remain in Poland for now, or move further towards other countries further west in Europe.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that Poland's close coordination with Nato is designed to make the war in Ukraine end.
A Polish government official has said that Poland is launching a central, government platform of coordination of humanitarian assistance for Ukraine.
The EU, as a neighbour of Ukraine, was working swiftly to establish humanitarian aid centres in Poland, the European Commission president has said.
Poland will contribute CHF 0.5 million towards humanitarian aid operations in eastern Ukraine by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on Monday.
Poland is finalising preparations for a centre near the eastern city of Lublin to coordinate humanitarian aid, both for those in need in Ukraine and for Ukrainian refugees in Poland, the head of the Government Strategic Reserves Agency (RARS) said on Saturday.
A hospital train to transport those injured in Ukraine is ready, the head of the Prime Minister's Office announced on Saturday.
A total of 38 lorries carrying Polish humanitarian aid for Ukraine will arrive in Kiev this week, as tensions between Russia and Ukraine continue to run high.
Ukraine is set to receive over 120 tonnes in humanitarian assistance from Poland, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine has reported.
The head of Poland's National Security Bureau (BBN) has said there is currently no talk of Polish troops being deployed to Ukraine as the Ukrainian government has not requested it and it is also the position of the whole of Nato.