Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki is sure that the paths of Poland and Hungary have diverged due to different attitudes towards the war in Ukraine. He said this on July 29 at a meeting with Polish farmers, he is quoted by Gazeta Prawna.
So he commented on the statement of the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban that the war in Ukraine “shaken Polish-Hungarian relations.”
“I confirm the words of Prime Minister Orban that the paths of Poland and Hungary have diverged,” Morawiecki said.
At the same time, he added that Poland does not take part in the war, and the supply of weapons is designed to help Ukrainians defend their sovereignty and overcome Russian aggression.
“We want Ukraine to survive and preserve its territorial integrity, its sovereignty. I believe that this will happen,” Morawiecki added.