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    NATO Secretary-General Acknowledges Poland’s Crucial Role in Supporting Ukraine

    On Friday, Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary-General of NATO, expressed his gratitude to Andrzej Duda, the President of Poland, for the unwavering assistance that Poland continues to extend to Ukraine.

    Following a morning telephone exchange with President Duda, the two leaders discussed the prevailing security landscape. Subsequently, Stoltenberg took to the digital platform X, formerly recognized as Twitter, to convey his appreciation.

    In a tweet, Stoltenberg wrote, “Good call with President @AndrzejDuda. I thanked him for #Poland’s many contributions to #NATO, and for helping to make our historic Vilnius Summit a success. Poland also leads by example on support to #Ukraine, and we will continue to support them for as long as it takes.”

    In the wake of last year’s onset of the Russian incursion, Poland has emerged as one of Ukraine’s most steadfast allies. The country’s contributions encompass significant military reinforcement and substantial humanitarian aid, underscoring Poland’s dedicated commitment to the cause.


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