The Polish prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, warned that if the West does not take action to back Ukraine, war could eventually reach Berlin or Paris. He expressed this opinion in El Mundo, a Spanish newspaper. He talked about the need to increase aid for fighting Ukraine and oppose the Russian imperial policy.
On Monday, Morawiecki gave an interview in which he mentioned that from the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine, Poland had been calling on its Western allies to provide both military and humanitarian aid to Kyiv.
Morawiecki stated that even countries further away from Ukraine, like Spain and Portugal, should back Kyiv as the ultimate goal of the effort is to protect Europe’s freedom.
He went on to say that if other European countries helped Ukraine as much as Poland has, “the war would have been over a long time ago.”
Morawiecki also argued for Europe’s full economic independence from Russia until the country becomes “a totally new Russia.”
The whole interview is available here.