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A few days before Joe Biden’s visit to Poland, I went to the Staszic Palace to listen to a conversation with Andriy Deszczycia, until recently the Ukrainian ambassador in Warsaw. After this conversation about the war of independence waged by Ukrainians with Russia, Paweł Kowal, former MEP, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2006-2007, and Małgorzata Kosiura-Kaźmierska, director of the Eastern Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, spoke. It was a very interesting evening, especially since at the same time the president of Ukraine was traveling around Europe, desperately calling for help. “Give us your weapons, after all, we are fighting not only for our independence, but also for you, in Europe, to live as before: comfortably and safely” – this was the meaning of Zełenski’s words addressed to Macron, Ursula von der Leyen, members of the of the European Parliament and the British House of Commons, hidden under a layer of lofty platitudes about shared values. Over the whole thing hung the question: “Will the world believe in tears?”.

Will the world believe in tears?

Will the world believe in tears?



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