Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, said Poland would be reimbursed by the European Commission for the military equipment it handed over to Ukraine.
“The European Commission will reimburse Poland’s expenditure on military equipment as well as our armaments handed over to Ukraine to a large extent or, at least, to a considerable part,” Morawiecki said in Kolo, Wielkopolskie province, western Poland on Saturday.
“Poland, together with the United States and Britain, is at the forefront of aid to Ukraine,” Morawiecki continued.
The prime minister said most advanced and older military equipment remained in Poland, but added that aid to Ukraine was needed because “today the fight for an independent Poland continues on the Donetsk-Luhansk connection”. First line.”
Morawiecki repeated that Poland should help Ukraine in a situation “where Ukrainians defended women, children and themselves against Russian criminals”.
“That’s why I think we did the right thing,” he said, adding that Poland had not weakened its military potential and certainly had not become defenceless.