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    Either Ukraine is victorious or all of Europe will be lost, PM says

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    Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, said that if Ukraine does not win the war started by Russia, all of Europe will lose. 

    Mateusz Morawiecki made the statement in Kyiv on Saturday. He met with his counterparts from Ukraine and Lithuania as part of a trilateral cooperation format known as the Lublin Triangle.

    “Europe noticed the threat from Russia too late, so today we cannot delay in helping Ukraine. This war will end when every house, every school, every hospital and every road is reclaimed,” Morawiecki said.

    “Either Ukraine is victorious or all of Europe will be lost. We are stronger together,” he said.

    Morawiecki added that Warsaw stands by Ukraine in the international arena because Poland “stands on the side of freedom.”

    “Poland, and I am convinced that Lithuania too, will support Ukraine as long as it takes,” Morawiecki said.

    The three politicians met on Ukraine’s Holodomor Memorial Day, which commemorates the 1932-33 famine in Ukraine.

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