At his Friday meeting with the farmers of Kózki village in the Grębków administrative unit, Mateusz Morawiecki was asked whether he would confirm the words of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, in his speech in Tusványós on July 23, he stated that the war in Ukraine shook the Polish-Hungarian relationship, which is the axis of the Visegrad Alliance.
I confirm the words of Prime Minister Orbán Poland, according to which he and Hungary have parted ways
The Polish Prime Minister also stated that Viktor Orbán claims that “Poland will not take part in the war in Ukraine”.
The war is being fought by Ukrainians
he emphasized. He also noted that “the heroic struggle of the Ukos is being supported by weapons from all over Europe” to “help them defend their sovereignty”.
Cover photo: In the photo published by the Prime Minister’s Press Office, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán (b) and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki (j) hold talks in the Prime Minister’s Office in Warsaw on December 3, 2021. Viktor Orbán takes part in a working meeting of European conservative party leaders in Warsaw. Photo: MTI/Prime Minister’s Press Office/Zoltán Fischer