The Prime Minister published an entry on Facebook in which he assured of his support for Ukraine. “No economic and energy interests of any European country can be treated as a reason for aggression against our neighbor,” we read. Mateusz Morawiecki also referred to the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline issue and Germany’s actions in connection with the Russian aggression.
The head of the Polish government emphasized that he is “observing with concern the situation in Ukraine and the reactions of our neighbors from Germany in the face of the threat from Russia.”
“A big disappointment is, among others, withholding Germany’s consent to the supply of weapons from Estonia to a state that is preparing to defend itself against the aggressor,” the Prime Minister said.
“Unfortunately, the black scenario we have been warning about for a long time is taking place: the construction of Nord Stream 2, Russia’s gas blackmail, billions invested by Putin in Europe, as well as money “invested” in former politicians and lobbyists give him the tools to terrorize other European countries,” he added.
“We are on the side of Ukrainian freedom”
As the Prime Minister emphasized, “Poland has been determined in its support for the Ukrainian road to integration with Europe and the West for many years.”
“We consistently oppose further acts of aggression by Russia, such as the illegal seizure of Crimea. And our vote today is on the side of our Kyiv neighbors. We stand on the side of Ukrainian freedom, democracy, security, and Ukrainians’ right to decide about the fate of their nation sovereignly. We are also on the side of peace,” Morawiecki declared and emphasized that “no economic and energy interests of any European country can be treated as a reason for aggression towards our neighbor.”