Poland ready to treat 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers – Morawiecki


Poland is ready to heal 10 thousand Ukrainian fighters, – Morawiecki

Mateusz Morawiecki in Lviv/Andrei Sadovy's telegram

Poland is ready provide medical assistance to about 10 thousand Ukrainian soldiers in their hospitals if necessary.

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said during a visit to Ukraine.

Morawiecki noted that Several dozen Ukrainian soldiers are already being treated in Polish hospitals.

Morawiecki's visit to Ukraine

On April 19, the Polish Prime Minister arrived in Lviv to open the first modular camp for internally displaced persons. The houses under construction with the financial support of Poland will house women and children who left the eastern regions due to Russian aggression.

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki assured that Ukraine can rely to the aid and support of Poland.

We are opening residential premises in Lviv for a shelter for internally displaced persons. Ukraine can count on Poland. We provide humanitarian, military and political assistance, Morawiecki said.

2-4 people can live in each of the houses. Inside the containers there is light and heat, and they are also equipped with furniture. There are bathrooms and a canteen on the territory of the city.

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