The presidents of eight Central and Eastern European countries, including Poland, called on European Union member states to immediately grant Ukraine an EU candidate country status.
A Polish deputy interior minister has said that a total of 326,000 persons have already come to Poland from Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion of that country on Thursday.
The president of Poland has said it is necessary to firmly defend Ukraine and that all allies have been united and are aware of the extremely difficult situation as a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Poland's foreign minister has said that his country will do everything possible to assist Ukraine in its efforts to join the European Union.
Poland's permanent representative to the EU has told PAP that the signing, by the Ukrainian president, of a request for his country's EU membership “is a historic day, long awaited by Poles, Ukrainians and Europe."
Soldiers from the 6th Mazovian Territorial Defence Brigade guided the group from the border to Warsaw and provided assistance on the way as head of special forces slams BBC for ‘propagating disinformation’.
Poland's biggest insurer, PZU, will contribute the auto insurance premiums for Ukrainian citizens for 30 days, the company has announced.
Poland welcomes all those who are fleeing Russian aggression, the Polish head of the national security department said on Monday in response to a feature by BBC World news service.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that Russia's invasion of Ukraine has caused a humanitarian crisis, which has been worsening "by the hour."
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.