In Warsaw, politicians from Germany were urged to go to Ukraine to see what the Russians are doing

The head of the Bureau of International Policy of the President of Poland believes that the visits of European politicians to the front or to Kyiv incline them to provide military support to Ukraine.

The head of the Bureau of International Policy of the President of the Republic of Poland, Marcin Pshidach, said that European politicians’ visits to Kyiv or the front line bring them closer to making decisions regarding military support to Ukraine. As an example, he recalled the recent visit of the German Foreign Minister to Kharkiv, after which Annalena Baerbock stated that Germany would not be against the supply of Leopard tanks to Ukraine.

On the air of the Third Channel of Polish Radio, Marcin Pshidach addressed European politicians with a call for wider support for the Ukrainian armed forces:

“It also leaves its mark. And in this sense, it is a positive element. We call on other politicians from Berlin – go, and see what the Russians are doing in Ukraine, maybe it will help you make this decision. This is a moral decision, the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Zbigniew) Rau said not so long ago that the price for the delay is the blood of Ukrainian soldiers.”

In recent days, several European countries, in particular, Poland, have announced their readiness to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine.