Prince William visited Poland on Wednesday and highlighted Britain's support for a nation on the front line of efforts to help refugees displaced by Russia's war in Ukraine and to assist the Ukrainian military in fighting off the invasion.
The heir to the throne met with British and Polish troops in Rzeszow, a city of 200,000 people in southeastern Poland, which has become a hub for military and humanitarian aid bound for Ukraine.
William said as he spoke to the troops, I just wanted to say thank you for all that you are doing, keeping everyone safe out there and keeping an eye on what is going on.
Everyone back home supports you, and that is a really important job out there.
Rzeszow is a key transit point for refugees and is located just 40 miles from the Ukrainian border.