‘Less interest’ in Ukraine war globally, we should constantly bring it up - Polish leader
The world needs to be constantly reminded of the war that Russia is waging against Ukraine, as interest in it is declining, the president of Poland believes.
In an interview with Polskie Radio, Andrzej Duda stressed that constant military support was a fundamental condition for Ukraine to be able to confront Russia militarily.
At the same time, he stressed that the world's interest in Ukraine's war to preserve its sovereignty has declined, and the world needs to be constantly reminded of this.
"In Poland, where about three million Ukrainian citizens live, this war is treated differently than in the West," Mr Duda said.
"That is why we must constantly talk about the danger of Russian aggression against Ukraine and the fact that it can threaten the stability of the whole of Europe."
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited Poland on Wednesday, where he held talks with his counterpart Andrzej Duda and prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki.