Poland supplies weapons and ammunition to Ukraine under already made agreements and contracts, according to Polish government spokesman Piotr Mueller, RMF24 reports.
"In the context of questions about the supply of weapons, I would like to inform you that Poland carries out only pre-agreed supplies of ammunition and weapons, along with those arising from contracts signed with Ukraine. In particular, the largest foreign contract signed by the Polish arms industry after 1989 is for the supply of Krab air defence systems," Mueller said.
As the Polish government spokesman emphasised, "a number of absolutely unacceptable statements and diplomatic gestures have been made by the Ukrainian side. Poland does not accept such unjustified actions, he reports.
According to Mueller, "there is still a hub of international assistance in Poland."
"It should be recalled that in the first months of the war, Poland provided key tanks, armored vehicles, aircraft and ammunition for the defence of Ukraine, which were necessary to stop Russia's attack on Ukraine, and in the future - on other EU countries together with Poland. In the first months of the war, when other EU countries were discussing support, Poland consistently helped to repel Russia's attack," Mueller said.
In addition to the Krab self-propelled artillery system, Polish factories produce 100 Rosomak combat vehicles and several dozen Rak self-propelled mortars for Ukraine.
In total, Poland has provided Ukraine with weapons worth more than three billion euros.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said the day before that Warsaw would stop supplying weapons to Kyiv and instead focus on its own armament.
Today, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda met with the leaders of Ukraine and Poland in New York and called for a speedy resolution of the differences.