Poland wants NATO to run peacekeeping mission in Ukraine


On Tuesday, Poland called for a NATO peace mission to help Ukraine. It must seek to provide humanitarian and peaceful aid to Ukraine.

Kaczynski and the Polish, Czech and Slovenian prime ministers met with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and Prime Minister Denis Shymagal.


It is the first visit to Kyiv by foreign leaders since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began on February 24.

“I think we need a peace mission from NATO, or possibly from a larger international framework, but a mission that will be able to defend itself and that will work on Ukrainian territory, which will be in agreement with this country. The president and the government of Ukraine and it will not be a defenceless mission,” Kaczynski said.

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki again called on the EU “too early to grant Ukraine candidate status” and added: “We will try to organize defensive weapons”.

The three prime ministers, and Kaczynski, said in a statement posted on Wednesday that “to reaffirm the clear support of the entire European Union for the sovereignty and independence of Ukraine and to present a comprehensive package of support for the Ukrainian state and society.” For” had gone to Kyiv. Polish Government website.

Soon after his arrival, Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Shymagal praised “the courage of Ukraine’s true friends”.
European leaders traveled to Kyiv as Russian forces attempted to surround the Ukrainian capital, which was placed under curfew, and their attacks affected some areas.

While the three heads of government are members of the European Council and are therefore its representatives, according to a European source in Brussels, they do not have an official mandate from the Council.



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