The description of Poland as an “enemy country” came from the Kremlin on Friday.
Spokesman Dmitry Peskov goes on to say that they are “vigilant” about any threat Poland might pose, and that they also pose a problem for Russia’s ally, Belarus.
The Kremlin also states that it believes “frictions” between Ukraine and Poland will continue.
After the invasion, Poland became one of Ukraine’s strongest supporters.
Ukraine has received tanks, old fighter planes and other types of weapons from Poland, which has received about one million Ukrainian refugees.
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Polish President Andrzej Duda said in a statement on Friday that he did not believe that the grain dispute would affect the relationship between the two countries to a particularly great extent.
In a television interview on Wednesday, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki claimed that Poland would no longer send weapons to the Ukrainians.
Instead of sending weapons to Ukraine, Poland must now “defend itself with the latest weapons.”
The announcement came a day after the Polish government reacted strongly to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s statement at the United Nations that there are “certain countries that are only pretending to show solidarity with Ukraine.”
On Thursday evening, President Andrzej Duda said that the Polish Prime Minister’s statement had been misinterpreted.
– Morawiecki’s words were interpreted in the worst possible sense. “As I see it, the Prime Minister meant that we will not transfer any of the new weapons that we are currently purchasing to modernize the Polish army to Ukraine,” Duda said.
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