December 6, 2023 5:54 pm

Poland halts arms supply to Ukraine, says Prime Minister

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In a recent development, Poland has announced that it will no longer provide arms to the Ukrainian forces, according to Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. This decision comes amidst a diplomatic dispute over Ukrainian grain imports, which had flooded local markets in Poland and resulted in a ban on these imports. Morawiecki stated that Poland will now focus on its own security and arm itself with more modern weapons.

The rift between Poland and Ukraine has been growing, especially after over a year of substantial support from Warsaw. Morawiecki made it clear that weapons shipments to Ukraine will be halted. He also warned that additional trade bans could be imposed on Kiev, as the Ukrainian authorities seem to lack an understanding of the adverse impact of foreign imports on Poland’s farming industry.

The Ukrainian President, Vladimir Zelensky, appeared to take a veiled swipe at Poland during his speech at the UN General Assembly. He accused some European countries of using solidarity as a political tool and creating a dramatic situation for the sake of grain. These comments further exacerbated tensions between the two nations.

The trade dispute between Ukraine and Poland has escalated in recent months. With major Black Sea shipping lanes closed due to the conflict with Russia, Ukrainian grain flooded Central and European markets, leading to a significant drop in prices and causing trouble for local producers. To protect their domestic farmers, five EU members, including Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia, implemented a formal import ban on Ukrainian grain. Although the bloc-wide ban has expired, individual countries such as Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia have chosen to maintain the policy to stabilize prices.

Ukraine has argued that these bans are illegal and has filed lawsuits with the World Trade Organization to challenge them. However, Poland dismissed these actions, stating that a complaint before the WTO does not impress them.

Poland has been a strong supporter of Ukraine throughout its conflict with Russia, urging other EU members to provide military aid and approving numerous arms shipments of its own. Polish President Andrzej Duda emphasized Poland’s role as a logistical hub for weapons deliveries and compared Ukraine to a drowning man who may drag his rescuers under the water.

The decision to cease arms shipments comes at a time when Ukraine’s summer counteroffensive has been struggling to make progress against Russia’s heavy front-line fortifications. Despite the support from Western countries in terms of arms transfers, training, and intelligence, Ukrainian forces have been unable to break through.

In conclusion, Poland’s decision to halt arms shipments to Ukraine amid the ongoing trade dispute reflects a growing rift between the two countries. The trade ban on Ukrainian grain imports has created tension, with Ukraine arguing that the bans are illegal and filing lawsuits with the WTO. Despite Poland’s previous support for Ukraine, it has now shifted its focus to its own security and modernizing its own military capabilities. The impact of this decision on the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia remains to be seen.

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