Poland has been asked to assist in the export of goods, mainly from Ukraine, and will serve as an economic hub for the country, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, said on Wednesday.
At the opening of a temporary housing site that was created with shipping containers, Mateusz Morawiecki said during a press conference in Borodyanka, Ukraine: Poland will become an economic hub for an independent Ukraine and already today we will try to lend a hand. He pointed out that Poland received funds from the EU to increase capacity and improve infrastructure in order to allow the export of grain and goods from Ukraine to the Middle East, Africa, and other countries. The prime minister stated that Ukraine was fighting to restore peace and security to all of Europe because today we all live in the shadow of Russia's barbaric and bestial attack. He stated that the most important thing today was to return peace to Ukraine.
He added that we are focusing on restoring peace, security and a return to normal economic activity as soon as possible.