Poland is ready to invest in the development of the Armed Forces of Ukraine for its own safety, Rafal Wolski, Counsellor-Minister of the Embassy of Poland to Ukraine, said at a press conference on results of the NATO Warsaw summit held in Kyiv, according to a QHA correspondent.
The diplomat said that NATO summit in Warsaw made it clear that Russia is a destabilizing factor in Europe, while the independent and democratic Ukraine is an important factor of security for all European countries.
"Without secure Ukraine there will be no secure Poland. Therefore, Poland is investing in the development of the Defence Forces of Ukraine,” Wolski said.
He also added that the aid package for Ukraine approved by NATO is unprecedented because any country – without being a member of the Alliance – has never received such assistance.
Wolski said that during the NATO summit in Warsaw Alliance urged Russia to de-occupy the Crimean peninsula.
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