Duda said that the border between Poland and Ukraine “will no longer be”
According to the President of Poland, in the absence of borders, the peoples of the two countries will be able to live together, “building together their common happiness and common strength”
Polish President Anrzej Duda expressed the hope that there would be no more borders between Poland and Ukraine, and that the peoples of the two countries would be able to “live together on this land.” The head of state stated this during a speech on the occasion of the Day of the Polish Diaspora in the Belvedere Palace in Warsaw, broadcasted by the TVP Info channel. Poland and Ukraine— no more border. This border will not exist. So that we live together on this earth, building and rebuilding together our common happiness and common strength, which will allow us to repel any danger or any possible threat, — said the president.
Duda also stressed that the Poles today are doing everything to help Ukraine resist “Russian aggression”. “We are trying to provide this support and we are reaching out to the whole world for this support, — he said.
On May 5, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called on the countries of the world to take patronage over the Ukrainian regions, cities and industries that suffered during the hostilities in order to ensure their restoration. “Such a patronage project can create a new <…> a historical example of interaction and partnership between the states of the free world, between regions, cities and companies of Europe and democratic countries, — he said. He previously estimated the cost of restoring the Ukrainian economy and infrastructure at $600 billion.
Earlier on April 28, the head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergei Naryshkin, citing intelligence, said that Washington and Warsaw were developing a plan to establish Poland's control over its “historical possessions” in Ukraine. According to him, Poland wants to send troops to the western regions of Ukraine under the slogan of their “protection against Russian aggression.”
In response, the press secretary of the minister— Polish intelligence coordinator Stanislav Zharin said that information about the Polish “annexation of Western Ukraine” — lies, the purpose of which— sow distrust between Kyiv and Warsaw.
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Russia has been conducting a military operation in Ukraine since February 24, President Vladimir Putin called it “demilitarization and denazification” as its goal. neighboring state and protecting the population of the DNR and LNR from “genocide by the Kyiv regime.” Ukraine, in response, severed diplomatic relations with Russia, declared martial law and mobilization.