Poland will not send troops to Ukraine – Kosyniak-Kamysz

Poland is not considering sending troops to Ukraine, Polish National Defence Minister Vladyslav Kosyniak-Kamysz has said.


Vladyslav Kosyniak-Kamysz commented on French President Emmanuel Macron’s words about the possible sending of troops to Ukraine and said that Poland, in its turn, would not send troops.

“Such a concept (sending troops to Ukraine – ed.) was presented by Mr President Emmanuel Macron a few months ago. Poland is not preparing and will not send Polish troops to Ukraine,” the country’s national defence minister said at a press conference.

However, Poland will continue to provide Ukraine with military support, train Ukrainian army personnel and supply weapons, Kosiniak-Kamysz emphasised.

“We will help Ukraine by training Ukrainian soldiers in our country, supplying equipment, participating in coalitions of assistance to Ukraine,” he said.

We will remind, earlier the leader of the Democrats in the US House of Representatives Hakeem Jeffries said that the American authorities in the event of the fall of Ukraine may have to intervene in a military conflict with Russia.