back to top

    Meloni assures Poland of assistance in aiding Ukraine

    Giorgia Meloni, the Prime Minister of Italy, announced that her country would stand with Poland in aiding Ukraine’s struggle against Russian aggression.

    Monday saw Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni visiting Warsaw for a meeting with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki concerning topics such as bilateral relations, European Union collaboration, aid to Ukraine, and security matters.

    At a press conference following the gathering, she announced that Italy had been giving Ukraine economic, military and humanitarian assistance since the start of the invasion and promised to continue doing so.

    “We have been and will be at Ukraine’s side, and Poland can also count on our support,”

    Meloni said.

    She also thanked Poland “for the exceptional work the country is doing for Ukraine.”

    Mateusz Morawiecki and Meloni expressed their joint viewpoint on the conflict in Ukraine at a press conference.

    “To return to normality, to control energy crises, the economic crisis, to suppress inflation, we know perfectly well that Russia must be defeated, that Ukraine must defeat Russia with the support of countries in a relatively free world,”

    he said.

    “Italy and Poland have an absolutely identical opinion on these issues. Together, we feel a similar responsibility,”

    he added.

    Morawiecki declared that further arms shipments to Ukraine would be provided in order to facilitate the establishment of peace in the region.


    More in section