Volodymyr Zełenski wanted to repay in some way for the visits that were made to Kiev over the past year – said Sławomir Dębski, director of the Polish Institute of International Affairs, in “Rozmowie Piaseckiego” on TVN24. He referred to the official visit of the Ukrainian president to Poland. – It should be remembered that it was Poland that defined what it means to be a member of the pro-Ukrainian coalition. That is, take a train and go to Kiev,’ he added.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky was on Wednesday in Poland on an official visit, the first since Russia launched a full-scale aggression against Ukraine in February 2022. He met, among others, the president Andrzej DudaPrime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and the Speaker of the Sejm Elizabeth Witek and the Marshal of the Senate, Tomasz Grodzki. He also took part in the Polish-Ukrainian Economic Forum. The presidents of Poland and Ukraine also gave speeches in the courtyard of the Royal Castle in Warsaw.
Dębski: Zelenski wanted to repay the visits made to Kiev
Sławomir Dębski, director of the Polish Institute of International Affairs, commenting on the Ukrainian leader’s visit to Poland, assessed on Thursday in “Rozmów Piasecki” on TVN24 that “Zełenski wanted to repay in some way for the visits made to Kiev over the past year.”
– It should be remembered that it was Poland that defined what it means to be a member of the pro-Ukrainian coalition. That means getting on a train and going to Kiev, said Dębski. He added that “the Polish prime minister was the first to make this journey”. A year later, the president followedJoe) Biden. Something unimaginable a year ago.
– I think the point was to show that Ukraine appreciates this solidarity, that Ukraine is grateful – said the director of PISM. He also noted that this is a dangerous moment for Ukraine. – We got used to this war a bit, politicians got used to it a bit, so the point is to mobilize societies, the elites of this coalition – he added.
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