Poland’s president calls for more missiles and tanks for Ukraine
President of Poland Andrzej Duda calls on Ukraine's partners and allies to continue sending military aid to the country
Duda said this during the World Economic Forum in Davos.
"I am afraid that now, maybe in a few months, maybe weeks, there will be a decisive moment of this war. And this moment is the answer to the question: if Ukraine will survive or not," the Polish president said.
According to him, Russia remains strong enough and is preparing a new large-scale offensive. Therefore, Kyiv needs to be provided with more modern weapons. He emphasized that the weapons provided to Ukraine are still not enough.
Duda emphasized the need to provide the Ukrainian army with modern tanks and missiles.
"Therefore, it is critically important to send additional military support now," Duda urged.
- On January 18, the European Parliament called on German Chancellor Scholz to provide Ukraine with Leopard 2 tanks without delay. Officials emphasized that Ukraine is defending its territorial integrity within internationally recognized borders and urgently needs military assistance and heavy weapons to win the war.
- The same day, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called for increased arms supplies to Ukraine at a "pivotal moment of Russia's full-scale aggression."