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Polish President Andrzej Duda enjoys the greatest trust by Ukrainian citizens among all foreign leaders, according to a survey commissioned by the Centre for New Europe (CNE), a Kiev-based think tank.
Russia's missile attacks on Ukrainian cities on Monday is a sign of its helplessness and came in revenge for its failures on the battlefield, a Polish presidential aide has said.
Poland's prime minister along with the leader of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party will join the Czech and Slovenian prime ministers in Kyiv on Tuesday to meet Volodymyr Zelensky and the Ukrainian prime minister, a Polish government spokesperson has said.
As Putin prepares siege on Kyiv, Bartosz Cichocki, who is the only western ambassador to stay in the Ukrainian capital, warned ‘hundreds will die’ without the necessary help.
VIDEO: After little Amelia Anisovych melted hearts with her haunting rendition of hit Disney song ‘Let it Go’, many feared she would become another victim of Putin’s savage bombing of the Ukrainian capital. But now it has been revealed that the seven-year-old is safely with her grandmother in Poland.
With the obvious parallels of Nazi and Soviet looting of Polish culture and art in World War Two, leading Polish museums have now joined together to set up the Committee for Assistance to Museums of Ukraine. Almost 20 institutions from all over Poland have already joined the project.
A Polish deputy foreign minister has said that, for now, there are no plans to evacuate the Polish consulate general from Lwow and the embassy from Kyiv.
There’s only one thing which is going through anyone’s mind at the moment and that is of course the terrible attack on Ukraine by Russia.
Ukrainian zoos will receive aid from their Polish peers in Warsaw and Lodz as fighting with Russian forces continues in Ukraine, said Krzysztof Babij, the marketing director at Lodz Zoo.