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‘He thinks he will have close alliance with Germany’ – Polish PM warns Zelensky that Berlin could prioritise ‘understanding’ with Moscow

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« Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that some statements of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the UN General assembly earlier in September were “very inappropriate,” during a speech on Sunday at the convention of his Law and Justice (PiS) party in the city of Katowice.
Zelensky stressed that “some of our friends in Europe play out solidarity in a political theater, turning the issue of grain into a thriller,” referring to the latest row between Kiev and Warsaw over Ukrainian grain exports.
Morawiecki also reminded Kiev that “it was Poland that welcomed a few million Ukrainians under our roofs; it was the Poles that welcomed the Ukrainians; it was us who helped the most,” and warned Zekensky against closer relations with Berlin, pointing out that Germany might be ready to stop supporting Ukraine and reach an agreement with Moscow.
“I warn you, the Germans will always want to reach an understanding with the Russians over the heads of Central European states,” added Morawiecki.
Relations amid the two countries embittered since Warsaw refused to lift its ban on Ukrainian grain imports, alleging the necessity of protecting its own farmers. Kiev claimed that the restrictions imposed by Poland were illegal. »


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