All sanctions against Russia should be on the table, including closing of both Nord Stream pipelines and stopping Russia's access to SWIFT, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said before a Saturday meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
Poland's prime minister said he had spoken again on Saturday with his Hungarian counterpart, Viktor Orban, who had assured him of Budapest's support for far-reaching sanctions against Russia.
Around 120 hospitals in Poland have declared assistance to the wounded from Ukraine, offering a total of 7,000 beds, a deputy health minister said on Saturday.
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.
About 100,000 refugees from Ukraine have arrived in Poland so far, a deputy interior minister said on Saturday morning.
Poland's volunteer Territorial Defence Force (WOT) is to set up Refugee Relocation Support Groups in every province of the country, the defence minister announced on Twitter on Saturday.
Poland's president has welcomed a decision by the national football association (PZPN) to cancel a Polish national team match against Russia in Moscow, writing on Twitter: "You don't play bandits."
Due to Russia's aggression towards Ukraine, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) has suspended servicing Russian investments and investors operating in Poland, the PAIH wrote on Twitter on Saturday.
More than 47,000 people entered Poland from Ukraine on Friday, the Polish Border Guard (SG) announced on Saturday, adding that pedestrian traffic is being processed at all Polish-Ukrainian road border crossing points.