Warsaw's prestige in international politics suffers damage in recent days: Polish politician on Morawiecki's statement
Polish politician Mirosław Czech said that Prime Minister Morawiecki has become a hero of all the world's media, including the Arab media, after stating that Poland would stop transferring weapons to Ukraine
He expressed this opinion on Espreso TV.
"The world media did not understand the intricacies of the Polish language. They heard what they wanted to hear. The President of Poland said that Ukraine is a drowning country, and that's it. Moreover, Prime Minister Morawiecki became the hero of all the world's media, including the Arab media. After all, Poland is the country that has done the most to help Ukraine, and everyone saw this last year," the Polish politician stressed.
Mirosław Czech noted that everyone saw the enormous help of ordinary Poles who opened their doors to Ukrainians, opened their hearts and became an example for the whole world, for the whole of Europe.
"And today they say that Poland is stopping the supply of weapons. This is being written all over the world, it's a huge sensation. Did the prime minister say that? His spokesman said he didn't mean it. The president said he didn't mean it that way. But it went ahead. So either we take the state seriously or we don't. I believe, and this is my last remark, that the damage to Poland's prestige that has occurred in recent days is simply enormous, and it does not concern relations with Ukraine, but the presence of Poland in international politics in general, unfortunately," Czech concluded.
On September 20, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that the country was no longer transferring weapons to Ukraine.
On September 22, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki expressed his readiness to tell Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to never insult Poles again, as he allegedly did during his speech at the UN.