Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has called for the "barbarian invaders" of Ukraine to be held responsible for their actions in Bucza and other places if the world is to remain “just and free.”
The Polish prime minister has praised a fund-raising conference for Ukraine that raised over USD 6 billion for the war-torn country, but stressed that more money is needed.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, and his Czech counterpart, Petr Fiala, have appealed to Hungary to "unequivocally condemn" the Russian crimes in Ukraine.
The Polish justice minister has appealed to the international community to join an investigation team set up by Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland to probe atrocities committed by Russia during the war in Ukraine in order to bring their perpetrators to justice.
The Polish prime minister singled out Germany and Hungary for criticism over their stance on sanctions.
More and more world leaders see the need to impose stricter sanctions on Russia, especially an embargo on imports of hydrocarbons, Poland's president said after online talks with US President Joe Biden and the leaders of the Nato, EU and G7 countries.
The Polish and German presidents met for face-to-face talks in Warsaw on Tuesday to discuss ways of helping Ukraine amid Russia's invasion.
Liz Truss, the British foreign secretary, said in Warsaw on Tuesday that Poland had always been right about Russia's aggressive intentions and pledged more efforts to strengthen Nato's eastern flank.
Polish prosecutors have offered their Ukrainian counterparts help in investigating alleged war crimes committed on civilians by Russian troops in the Ukrainian town of Bucha near Kyiv, Poland's National Prosecution said on Monday.
Poland favours the expulsion of Russia from all sporting federations including the International Olympic Committee until the end of a peace process and reparations for Ukraine, Poland's sports minister has said.