Piotr Wawrzyk, deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said in the “Kampania #BezKitu” program on TVN24 that the unanimity of politicians on Ukraine is “the greatest value we can imagine on our political scene”. Paweł Kowal from the Civic Coalition spoke about the challenges that Poland now faces in connection with the situation beyond our eastern border. He added that “the war is going on, but you have to think in advance what will happen at the end.”
The guests of Radomir Wit in the “Kampania #BezKitu” program on TVN24 were Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Piotr Wawrzyk from PIS and former deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, deputy of the Civic Coalition Paweł Kowal. They discussed Poland’s attitude towards war in Ukraine one year after a full-scale invasion Russia for this country.
Wawrzyk: There are few issues in which we can speak with one voice
Wawrzyk was one of the participants of the meeting National Security Councilwhich took place on Friday at the Presidential Palace. He spoke about his feelings after that meeting. – You could see this unity, you could see that we have – regardless of political colors, and there was a really wide range of guests – basically unanimity. I think this is the greatest value we can imagine on our political scene. Because there are few issues on which we can speak with one voice. In these broad matters Ukraine we speak with one voice, he said.
Blacksmith: The war is on, but you need to think ahead about what will happen at the end
Kowal, on the other hand, talked about the challenges faced by Poland, the European Union and NATO in connection with the war in Ukraine.
– (It is necessary – ed.) not to waste these two things, i.e. the great synergy, the resistance of the Ukrainians. They showed the world how to defend themselves and in this way forced them almost morally to help them. And he reacted to it Joe BidenJohnson, Western leaders, but also Poland, perhaps above all Poland, he said.
– Second – not to waste this great commitment of Poles. It was a real humanitarian uprising, also against Putin. It was to help those who came as refugees, but against Putin, so that we would not stop at applause, appealed the politician.
According to the KO MP, “the next NATO summit must be watched over”. – Poland deserves more soldiers, permanent, American and NATO – he added. He also stated that “our airspace must be defended” because “it will not be peaceful in our part of Europe, at least for some time”. He stressed that “every Polish citizen must feel safe.”
According to Kowal, “the war is going on, but you have to think in advance about what will happen at the end.” At the same time, he said, in the context of Ukraine’s road to the European Union and NATO, that “today Poland has a chance to be a driving force for Ukraine”.
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