Diplomatic sources say Warsaw is lifting a reservation for aid to Ukraine
Poland on Thursday lifted its reservations on the European compromise, including 18 billion euros of macro-financial aid to Ukraine, after an appeal by President Volodymyr Zelensky during a European summit, Agence France-Presse (AFP) learned from diplomatic sources. “The Poles Accepted the Four Points of Compromise”Announced several delegations, including aid to Ukraine. “Like other member states they must ratify this agreement through a written procedure”A messenger said.
Ahead of the summit, which brings together European leaders and heads of government in Brussels, 27 diplomats in Warsaw on Monday refused to approve a compromise lifting the embargo held by Hungary.
Arriving at the summit, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki defended himself against blocking aid to Ukraine. “They defend this line, but the truth is that they block it.”Another part of the package is opposed, a European official said on condition of anonymity.
The Polish Prime Minister argued that Warsaw refused “Combine Completely Disparate Subjects”. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy took part in the discussion during a video conference intervention during the summit.
He noted that the support given to Q had become hostage to differences among Europeans. “Ukraine and the Struggle for Peace Across Europe” Don’t hang up “Misunderstandings and Disputes between Some EU Member States”.
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