Poland is working on a new aid package for Ukraine - Sikorski

Radosław Sikorski

Poland is working on another aid package for Ukraine. It will be the 45th package provided by Warsaw since Russia's full-scale invasion.

This was stated by Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski during a meeting of NATO foreign ministers that is taking place in the Czech capital Prague today, May 31, Reuters reports. According to the head of Polish diplomacy, Poland has already allocated about 4 billion euros for Ukraine for military assistance alone.

Sikorski noted that Poland is currently working on the next, 45th aid package to Ukraine.

"Poland has sent 44 aid packages to Ukraine, and now we are organizing our 45th... we think that we have provided about 4 billion euros in military aid alone," the diplomat said.

Earlier, Sikorski said that Poland should not rule out sending troops to Ukraine. At the same time, he emphasized that it is extremely important to keep the real intentions of our country's Western partners secret so that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin does not know what the West's next step will be.

Sikorski has spoken about the need to keep Putin in constant suspense many times before.

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