Kishida said that “taking into account the increasing burden on Poland due to the long-running invasion of Ukraine” Japan would ist Poland to support its role and spoke about the “rapid construction” of the projects. I am thinking.
Japan’s prime minister on Wednesday pledged development aid to Poland so the European country can help defend neighboring Ukraine against Russian attacks. Polish Prime Minister Mattiasz Morawiecki hosted Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in Warsaw. The day before, Kishida had made a surprise visit to Kiev and met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Kishida said that “taking into account the increasing burden on Poland due to the long-running invasion of Ukraine” Japan would ist Poland to support its role and spoke about the “rapid construction” of the projects. I am thinking.
He said that Japan usually provides promised aid to developing countries, which Poland no longer does, but the Japanese government is doing so as a special exception. Kishida said it was important for like-minded countries such as Japan and Poland to remain united in their support of Ukraine and to push for sanctions against Russia.
During a joint news conference with Kishida, Morawiecki said that at a time when a new geopolitical order is emerging, both countries recognize the threat posed by Russian imperialism to world peace. Poland has provided military, humanitarian and political support to Ukraine during the war that began thirteen months ago. Kishida is set to chair the G7 summit in May. He said Japan would stress the need for continued cooperation with Poland and international support for Ukraine.
The conversation with Morawiecki lasted longer than the scheduled 30 minutes. Kishida then also said that Japan is interested in building closer ties with regional alliances in Central and Eastern Europe, such as the nine eastern NATO member states—Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary—and participating in the Three Maritime Economic Initiative. receiving countries. Later, Kishida also met the President of Poland, Andrzej Duda. Kishida visited Ukraine on Tuesday, while Chinese President Xi Jinping held talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. Both visits reveal how countries are rallying behind Moscow or Kiev. Morawiecki said the Chinese leader’s visit to Moscow raised concerns.
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