Poland cannot give the new weapons it buys in order to strengthen its own security to someone else, Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has said commenting on an earlier statement by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
Poland is no longer sending weapons to Ukraine, the Polish prime minister said on Wednesday.
Poland plans to spend over PLN 158 billion (EUR 35 billion) on defence in 2024, the defence minister has said.
Poland will deliver weapons to services subordinate to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine which are fighting on the front with Russia, the Polish interior minister has said.
A South African presidential delegation stuck at Warsaw airport decided to stay on board rather than leave without their guns, a senior Polish official has explained.
The reconstruction of public infrastructure in Ukraine after the war will be one of the first projects in which Polish companies will take part, the Polish government spokesman has said.
Volodymyr Zelensky, the Ukrainian president, has thanked the Polish nation for helping Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees in an emotional speech at Warsaw’s Royal Castle.
Polish law enforcement services have cracked a Russian spy network, a national radio station has reported.
Poland will become Nato’s leading defence spender in 2023 in relation to its economic size owing to around 4 percent of GDP going on weapons, the newspaper Dziennik Gazeta Prawna reported.
Ukraine would not have survived the initial phase of the war, if not for the support of the US, Poland and Britain, Poland's prime minister said on Thursday in Copenhagen.
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