Poland decided to hand over defense weapons to Ukraine. Pawel Solokh, Head of the National Security Bureau (BBN) of Poland, stated this during a press conference on Monday in Warsaw, Ukrinform reports.
"It was decided to transfer to the Ukrainian side ammunition of a defensive nature for defensive, not offensive action. This decision is currently being implemented by the Minister of National Defense," Soloch reported.
To a clarifying question whether these weapons were intended for air defense, he answered "Yes." He also stated that Poland would supply Ukraine with the weapons it chooses from the list offered by the Polish side. Solokh also informed that the current Polish proposal included the possibility of handing over "several tens of thousands of pieces of ammunition."
The Minister clarified that military aid could be delivered to Ukraine "within a few days." Warsaw will also provide humanitarian aid to Kyiv. This refers to the means needed for population evacuation and healthcare.