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Tusk promised "never in my life to allow" anti-Ukrainian sentiment in his government

Oleksiy LutykovPolitics
Tusk speaks about relations with Ukraine

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said he would not allow anti-Ukrainian sentiment in his government. According to him, the situation in Ukraine and, in particular, at the frontline is the number one issue for Polish security.

He also added that both the government and the president of Poland should act in solidarity when it comes to Ukraine. Tusk said this in an interview with TVN24.

The head of the Polish government noted that the situation in Ukraine and at the front is absolutely the number one issue for Polish security. At the same time, he added that there are other issues that the government and the president should address together. In particular, Tusk mentioned the situation with the strike of carriers on the Polish-Ukrainian border.

"We have a lot to talk about in Kyiv. And I really want Ukrainian issues, the war and, more broadly, security, as well as policy towards Russia, to be shared. I want not only the president and the prime minister, but also the Polish state as a whole to act in solidarity on these issues," Tusk said.

He also noted that he would not allow anti-Ukrainian sentiments to spread in his government. Tusk emphasized that Ukraine needs Poland's help and the help of the whole world in its confrontation with the Russian occupiers.

"I will never in my life allow anyone in my government to base their position on anti-Ukrainian sentiments. Because there can be no doubt about the war and our, as well as the entire Western world's, commitment to Ukraine in its confrontation with Russia. Every Polish patriot should certainly recognize these reasons. In the war with Russia, Ukraine needs our help and the help of the whole world, the free world. This is not a slogan. Because as long as Ukraine is at war with Russia, we are relatively safe," the Polish prime minister said.

As a reminder, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk will meet with President Andrzej Duda on January 15. The Prime Minister will discuss the details of his visit to Ukraine, which will take place in the near future.

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, Ukraine will be in contact with the new Polish government at all levels. According to Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, Warsaw is "determined to solve problems," and the parties will look for ways to find common ground.

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