Ukraine needs further support from Poland in various areas. Warsaw is active in imposing new sanctions on Russia for armed aggression against Ukraine.
Zbigniew Rau, the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, the current head of the OSCE, Zbigniew Rau, told the Polish media after the end of his visit to Ukraine, Ukrinform reports with reference to Tvp.info.
“Ukrainians need the same: humanitarian, economic, material and military assistance. They need support that comes down to understanding their situation,” Rau stressed.
He noted that Polish diplomacy remains active in proposing the content of the next EU sanctions against Russia. According to him, the Ukrainian side is aware of this, making their comments whether the sanctions are sufficient, in their opinion, or not.
“Most of the time, our thoughts coincide,” Rau stated.
As reported, the day before, the acting head of the OSCE visited Kyiv. During the visit, he said that the OSCE is launching an extensive program for Ukraine to support it in overcoming war-related challenges. This program will be implemented even without the consent of the Russian Federation as a member state of the organization, where the principle of consensus operates.
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