The Russian Federation failed to bring Poland and Ukraine into conflict

Updated Sep 26, 2023
The efforts of the Russian Federation, which it directed at strengthening the differences between Poland and Ukraine, failed. This was reported by the American Institute for the Study of War.
Russia's efforts to deepen differences between Ukraine and its Central European partners appear to have failed, analysts say, as Polish President Andrzej Duda reaffirmed the strength of Polish-Ukrainian relations. Andrzej Duda clarified the statement of the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morwiecki, that Poland will no longer transfer weapons to Ukraine, and explained that Poland will continue to fulfill agreements with Ukraine on the supply of arms, but will not transfer new weapons that Poland is purchasing for own army Andrzej Duda also stated that the potential conflict between the two countries regarding the export of Ukrainian grain via European land routes does not significantly affect the relations between the two countries The Institute for the Study of War previously noted that Russian strikes on Ukraine's port and grain infrastructure are part of a Russian campaign aimed at worsening Ukraine's relations with its western neighbors, ...
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