The upper house of the Polish Parliament (the Senate) adopted a resolution in support of Ukraine. The document was adopted unanimously: all 92 senators voted for it, no one abstained and voted against. It is reported by Ukrinform.
The document states that a free Ukraine is one of the guarantors of Poland's security.
"Today, Ukraine faces a mortal danger—the threat of a new invasion. Therefore, it is very important that the Polish authorities reliably support our neighbor, as there is no secure Poland without an independent Ukraine," the resolution states.
The Polish Senate supports providing political and financial assistance to Ukraine, supplying weapons, as well as the military NATO member countries taking part in the training of the Ukrainian military personnel. It is stressed that all actions targeted against the aggressor have a huge impact on the morale of the Ukrainian people.
"The purpose of this escalation of tensions is to destabilize Europe. This could lead to an outbreak of the largest armed conflict since World War Two," Polish senators point out.
The Polish Senate is convinced of the possibility of dialogue with Russia. However, this cannot happen amidst the military blackmail, undermining the principles of the inviolability of borders in Europe and hybrid attacks on democratic institutions.