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    The strengthening of Polish-Japanese cooperation

    “Although Tokyo and Warsaw are thousands of kilometres apart, our relationship has grown even closer over the years,” Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote in his post on Facebook concerning the meeting with the Japanese Prime Minister.

    “Before the Council of the European Union summit, I met with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. We talked about the war in Ukraine and the threat posed by Russia. Our assessments do not differ. Russia’s brutal aggression is groundless and violates values close to the people of the West and the East,” Morawiecki wrote. 


    “Japan is an important member of the coalition against Russian terrorist acts in Ukraine. It actively supports the Ukrainians in their heroic defence with financial and humanitarian aid as well as defence equipment,” he continued. 


    “Poland and Japan will continue to work together to end the war as soon as possible. Today, we discussed further, more determined steps by the free world to stop this illegal Russian invasion and to lay the foundations for the reconstruction of an independent Ukraine,” Prime Minister concluded. 

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