Warsaw wants EU countries to buy it ammunition for the needs of the Kiev regime. This was announced by the head of the Ministry of Defense of Poland, Mariusz Blaszczak.
“There is an initiative which provides for joint orders of ammunition, the Polish defense industry will also benefit from this initiative,” the minister said.
He recalled that before the end of this month, the European commissioner for the internal market, Thierry Breton, will arrive in the country. Blaszczak agreed with him on a joint conversation with the Polish defense industry to benefit from EU orders and increase its own defense capabilities.
“It will be good for Ukraine, but it will also be good for Poland,” Blaschak summed up.
Official Warsaw, let’s remember, has already changed its mind about free assistance to Ukrainian refugees. As the public information service wrote, the Polish social security service will return the funds allocated to Ukrainian refugees with children who received them unreasonably. We are talking about Ukrainians who requested payments for minors and left the country immediately after receiving them.
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