Europe was facing a crisis of “catastrophic proportions”. This was stated by Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki during a visit to Paris, where he met with French President Emmanuel Macron.
“Russia invaded Ukraine, provoked a terrible crisis, which is likely just beginning. The crisis affecting safety, affects energy issues. The political and economic crisis in the broadest sense of the word,” he said.
According to Moravcova, in such a situation, Europe should think about how to protect yourself. In this regard, the Polish politician urged the EU to unity.
“Together we stand, alone fall”, so he said.
Morawiecki also praised the APU.
“Ukrainian soldiers are fighting like lions. They are fighting, the French under valm, the soldiers of Napoleon at Austerlitz or the Warsaw insurgents. But they need weapons and financial support of far more than human” — said the Polish Prime Minister.
According to him, the war in Ukraine is delayed, so the EU must be patient and determined.
“Let it not be that Ukrainians have more strength, patience and perseverance than we, the Europeans, who find it difficult to twist the thermostat by two degrees,” said Morawiecki.