"We must win the war": Dmytro Kuleba explains to Poles why Ukrainians do not give up despite fatigue

Kuleba comments on Ukraine-Poland relations
Kuleba comments on Ukraine-Poland relations

Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that he feels a spirit of enthusiasm in Kyiv, even though people are tired. According to him, fatigue is not a reason for people in Ukraine to lay down their arms.

The Ukrainian diplomat said this in an interview with the Polish edition of Układ Sił. He also answered the question whether this was achieved through a similar impact on society.

"I think it's nuanced. People are tired, but they don't give up because of that tiredness. They realize that they simply cannot afford it. We have to win the war. It doesn't matter if you are tired or not; you have to keep fighting. You can see the determination of people to keep fighting. But if you dig into it, you can see that we are all tired and exhausted. Each of us has a friend or family member who is fighting, has been wounded or killed on the front line. There are air raids every day," the diplomat said in an interview.

According to him, for people in Ukraine, fatigue is not a reason to lay down their arms and raise their hands to the enemy. They know that the enemy probably won't even take them prisoner, but will shoot them on the spot in a trench because Russia does not comply with international humanitarian law.

"That's how it works in the trenches and that's how it works on social media," the diplomat summarized.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski called on the US Congress and the EU to step up efforts to help Ukraine fight the Russian invasion. He reminded the states of the price they will have to pay if Russia achieves its criminal goals in Ukraine.

To recap, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk met with President Andrzej Duda on January 15. The Prime Minister discussed the details of his visit to Ukraine, which will take place in the near future.

In addition, as previously reported, Ukraine will be in contact with the new Polish government at all levels. According to Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, Warsaw is "committed to solving problems," and the parties will look for ways to find common ground.

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