The Russian T-72 and a self-propelled howitzer have gone on display in the capital’s Royal Castle Square as ‘proof that determination, courage and professionalism can defeat the Russian Army.’ The tanks are part of a broader exhibition entitled 'The Invincible Army', which will later move on to other European capitals.
The value of Polish military assistance to Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion has exceeded EUR 1.8 billion, according to the head of Poland's Prime Minister's Office.
The Polish government will be “just as bad” with or without Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Poland’s governing party leader who is also a deputy prime minister, Donald Tusk, the leader of the main opposition party, has claimed.
Poland has spent over PLN 7 billion (EUR 1.51 billion) on military aid for Ukraine, a senior prime ministerial aide said on Thursday.
Support programmes for women soldiers freed from Russian captivity and children who have lost their fathers to the war in Ukraine were announced on Monday by a senior Polish prime-ministerial aide and the Ukrainian deputy prime minister.
Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, more than 2,500 truckloads of humanitarian aid have been sent to Ukraine by Poland, mainly food, medicines, sanitary products and clothing, the head of the Prime Minister's Office has said.
The Polish government has suggested organising a peace-keeping mission in Ukraine and neither Poland nor Nato want to take part in the war, said Michal Dworczyk, chief aide to Poland's prime minister.
EU countries should pool together to co-finance aid for Ukrainian war refugees, a top aide to the Polish prime minister said on Monday.
Poland's prime minister and Ukraine's ambassador to Poland were among the participants of a march in Warsaw against Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday.
A Polish government official has said that Poland is launching a central, government platform of coordination of humanitarian assistance for Ukraine.