The headquarters of the UN’s fund for the reconstruction of Ukraine after its conflict with Russia should be situated in Poland, the country’s deputy prime minister Jacek Sasin has insisted.
Jacek, who attended the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos last week, told Polish Radio on Sunday that the issue of rebuilding Ukraine was “extremely present” at the high-profile gathering.
“Poland was mentioned practically everywhere as the country that provides the most assistance to Ukraine,” he said.
Poland, which accepted some 3.7 million Ukrainian refugees, has been actively supplying Kiev with weapons, including tanks, during the ongoing conflict. The arms and aid sent by other countries as well as foreign mercenaries have also been coming to Ukraine through Polish territory.