Krzysztof Szczerski, an advisor to the newly elected president of Poland, stated that so far, Poland had no possibility to supply weapons to Ukraine, but there would be many other ways to help, Tyzhden reports.
“No, there is no such possibility,” he said, answering the question of whether Poland was ready to supply weapons to Ukraine, like Lithuania did.
“But there are many other ways to help. Ukraine has to become a credible state in the eyes of its foreign partners. And we have to help in building such a country,” said Szczerski.
According to him, if Ukraine’s membership in the EU is not relevant, then Poland could promote the introduction of a visa-free regime for Ukraine.
“It would be a social breakthrough for Ukraine,” he said.
According to Szczerski, the government of Poland should reject emotional statements by some local politicians to leave the Ukrainians to themselves.
“Peace in Ukraine is the key to the Polish security. We must continue to help Ukraine, but to do it intelligently, without forgetting historical memory, identity and truth,” said the adviser to the newly elected president.