Poland has assured that no longer supplies weapons to Ukraine to focus on equipping its own army, in the midst of a dispute over grain exports between these two neighboring and allied countries. “We are not supplying any weapons to Ukraine, because “We are now arming Poland with the most modern weapons,” said the prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki to the private television station Polsat News.
Relations between kyiv and Warsaw were clouded by the Polish decision to apply an embargo on Ukrainian grain imports to protect their own farmers. The divergence intensified after statements by the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, accusing certain countries of “indirectly” supporting Russia and Poland’s “urgent” summoning of kyiv’s diplomatic representative in Warsaw. “Some countries they feign solidarity [con Ucrania] indirectly supporting Russia”, Zelensky said Tuesday before the UN General Assembly.
Furthermore, this Thursday the American president, Joe Biden, will receive his Ukrainian counterpart at the White House, Volodímir Zelenski, at a time when Washington is evaluating send long-range missiles to kyiv ATACMS, which Ukraine has been insistently demanding for months. John Kirby, One of the White House spokespersons said this Wednesday at a press conference that the Administration has not yet made a final decision, but is evaluating the proposal.
Are heard explosions in kyiv after an air raid warning This Thursday morning, Rescue teams are heading to possible explosion sites in the eastern and southern districts of the city.