Poland, the chief foreign policy advisor to the Polish president, has proposed that Poland join the group of countries that would act as a security guarantor for Ukraine, and Poland will accept the offer, according to the chief foreign policy advisor to the Polish president.
The administration of President Volodymyr Zelensky was the author of the draft for Poland to become a security guarantor, according to a Polish website gazeta.pl.
The president of Poland, Andrzej Duda -- PAP, and the government have made the decision that Poland will not shirk its responsibility, Kumoch said.
He said that we are currently discussing a draft agreement between the guarantor states. This is only the beginning of the road and one possible way to end the conflict. Kumoch said it was sent to the states that agreed to be the guarantors for consultation. If a peace agreement is to be reached, we are only interested in one that guarantees the territorial integrity of Ukraine and its independence, and only one that the Ukrainians agree to. There will be no support for a peace accord that would hand Ukraine over to Russia, Kumoch said.
He pointed out that the guarantor states include the US, Great Britain, Poland, Germany, France, Turkey, and several other countries.