The situation in Ukraine is key to the security of Poland, said on Sunday the head of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski in the presidential debate organised by channels I. the leader of the first round of elections, Andrzej Duda said about the need to include Ukraine in the EU.
the debate was attended by both candidates participating in the Second round of elections - Duda (from the largest opposition party "Law and justice" ) and Komorowski (from the ruling Civic platform ). The second round will be held on may 24.
"The question of Ukraine is the key to Poland's security," - said Komorowski. According to his statement, the poles are supposed to " help Ukraine to maintain its independence, because this is our national interest ".
"It was important that we didn't hit Russia in its expectations, blocking their opportunities for effective support of the Ukrainian defense system, if necessary," - said the acting head of Poland.
for its part Duda, speaking about the situation in Ukraine, I noticed that for Warsaw it is Important that " Ukraine is in the EU, but not in Poland's interest that Ukraine was a war ".
"Before the NATO summit in Warsaw in 2016, we are required to demand additional security guarantees in the form of NATO infrastructure and military bases. This would be a valid form of strengthening our positions, " he said.
according to the state election Commission, in the first round of presidential elections on may 10, first place was taken by Andrzej Duda (34, 76%), the second - Komorowski (33, 77%). The next televised debate will be held in Poland on 21 may.