Polish President Affirms No Transfer of New Weapons to Ukraine


Polish President Andrzej Duda has made it clear that Poland will not be transferring its newly acquired weapons to Ukraine, emphasizing their procurement for the defense of Poland itself. Duda firmly stated, "We will not transfer our new weapons, which we are purchasing now for the Polish army in the billions of dollars to enhance Poland's security, to anyone else, or anyone."

Simultaneously, Duda pointed out that Poland has entered into contracts with Ukraine, including the supply of "Houwitzer" artillery systems. He asserted, "We must honor this contract," adding that "Poland has other agreements with Ukraine, regarding ammunition and mine-clearing equipment."

Duda further explained on the "TVN24" channel, stating, "With the receipt of new weapons from South Korea and the United States, the weapons currently present there will be removed from the warehouses." According to his estimations, it is possible that equipment no longer in use by the Polish army may be transferred to Ukraine.

Just yesterday, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki stated that Poland had ceased supplying Ukraine with weapons, based on the fact that their country is actively working on arming itself. Polish authorities have affirmed that "the Republic is the third-largest arms supplier to Ukraine in the world, after the United States and Britain." In late July of last year, it was reported that Warsaw provided military aid worth three billion euros to the Ukrainian armed forces.

In recent days, Polish-Ukrainian relations have become significantly more complicated due to the imposed ban on the export of Ukrainian grains.

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