In connection with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the President of the Republic of Poland held a meeting with the government, leaders of the Polish armed forces and heads of secret services in the National Security Bureau.

– We stand with Ukraine as its neighbors, like NATO, as the European Union – Andrei Duda emphasized after the meeting. – We hope that the aggression against Ukraine will stop and the Russian authorities will reflect on the fact that this aggression is not beneficial to the authorities, the state, and above all to citizens.

The President appealed to the Russian authorities to stop the hostilities and appealed to Russian citizens not to support such actions.

Andrzej Duda assured that he, as a member of the international community, will do everything so that Ukraine can remain peacefully within its borders as a state.

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Tomorrow, in Warsaw, the 9th Extraordinary Summit of NATO is scheduled to be held in Bucharest.


Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a speech on Wednesday evening, announced that he had ordered a special military operation in Donbass. Its goal is to defend people who have been persecuted and genocided by the Kyiv regime for eight years. To this end, we will fight for the disarmament and disarmament of Ukraine, he declared and called on Ukrainian soldiers to lay down their arms.

And Andrei Duda wrote in social media: “Ukraine fell victim to a brutal, unjustified and unjustified Russian attack. We cooperate with our allies from NATO and the European Union, we will jointly respond to Russia’s brutal aggression and will not leave Ukraine without support.

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He also informed the President of the Republic of Poland that in the morning he spoke with the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky: “There was a Russian invasion of Ukraine. Its scale is probably wide. This is an unprecedented violation of the rules of international law. Russia is excluding itself from the international community.”