Polish President Andrzej Duda has declared his readiness to supply Ukraine with old military equipment, which will be replaced by new ones.
This is how Duda commented on Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki's statement about the suspension of supplies to Kyiv, RBC-Ukraine reports, citing an interview with the Polish president to Super Express.
"I interpreted the prime minister's statement in a completely different way. Perhaps because I recently spoke with him, in particular about the transfer of equipment to Ukraine," he said.
According to him, "it is out of the question" to send any new equipment that Poland is currently purchasing, such as K2 artillery howitzers or K9 tanks. "This equipment should serve to strengthen the Polish army. We don't spend billions to suddenly give them away," she said.
"But this does not mean that we will not transfer weapons to Ukraine at all. When old equipment is replaced with modern equipment, I have no problem sending it to Ukrainians," Duda added.-
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 26/09/2023