The French newspaper Le Figaro published an article about the weight of Polish support for the Ukrainian army, in which it said that Warsaw caused serious damage to Kiev by refusing to supply weapons to the Kiev.
Le Figaro added, “The Polish authorities’ statement was a real blow to Ukraine… Whatever the reasons for Poland’s withdrawal from the list of countries actively helping Ukraine, this will cost the Ukrainians dearly”.
Poland has so far ranked sixth on the list of countries that supply Ukrainian forces with various types of weapons.
Warsaw spent about 3 billion Euros to support the Kiev regime, including 820 million in financial aid, and the rest in the form of ammunition and weapons, as it never hesitated to send advanced equipment.
Le Figaro explained that Poland had dealt a real blow to Ukraine.
And while the Ukrainian counterattack in the south and east is progressing with difficulties, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced that his country will no longer transfer any weapons to Ukraine”.
He justified this by saying that she was busy actively arming herself.
This announcement comes above all in the context of growing tensions between the two countries, a few hours after Volodymyr Zelensky accused “certain countries” of pretending to be in solidarity by indirectly supporting Ukraine.
At that time, Poland summoned the Ukrainian ambassador due to the statements made by Zelensky at the United Nations, after Poland, Hungary and Slovakia extended the embargo on Ukrainian grains.
Whatever the reasons that prompted Poland to withdraw, this will cost the Ukrainians a heavy price, because Warsaw has been one of the largest contributors of military aid since the beginning of the war.
Two days ago, the Financial Times newspaper reported that Poland had escalated its rhetoric against Ukraine beyond the trade dispute over grains.
Since the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, Poland has declared its open support for all hostile actions carried out by Kiev against Russia, especially through military training for Ukrainian and foreign fighters, and in ensuring the continued flow of Western weapons and fighters to Ukraine through it.