“We are simply obliged”: Duda confirmed that Poland is ready to become the guarantor of Ukraine's security
Polish President Andrzej Duda spoke about the situation of refugees from Ukraine in Poland and about supporting Ukraine in the political arena.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said that the country is ready to become a guarantor of Ukraine's security.
Andrzej Duda stated this in an interview with CNN.
“We believe that as neighbors we are simply obliged. Therefore, if Ukraine offers us to be a guarantor of security and a guarantor of peace, then Poland will participate in this. This is not Hungary with its eternal discontent or Germany with an ambulance,” Andrzej said. Duda.
The President of Poland also touched upon the topic of Russian propaganda, noting that all Poles know what Kremlin propaganda is.
“Everyone knows that this is useless information. We all know very well that Ukrainians are not Nazis. I can say that I know Ukraine well. I have visited many places there. This is an attack on a free and sovereign state. A country that wanted to become independent and worked very hard for this,” said Andrzej Duda.
Andrzej Duda thanked his citizens for the unprecedented assistance they provided to refugees from Ukraine:
“I am very proud of my compatriots, who not only opened their hearts, but also houses for refugees. The Poles have already taken under their roofs more 2 million. Ukrainians, most of whom are women and children. For me personally, this is a very touching situation. I assure all soldiers fighting in Ukraine that their women and children are safe with us.
Recall that In Warsaw, Ukrainians held a march of gratitude to the Polish people (photo, video).
Meanwhile, now they are actively discussing information from Polish border guards that allegedly during the re-crossing of the Ukrainian-Polish border along citizens of Ukraine will be denied entry to a biometric passport if all 90 days of stay in Poland and the EU as a whole have been used. How to cross the border for Ukrainians after 90 days of stay, what border guards and lawyers say, read the material.