Poland done sending arms to Ukraine, leader says, as trade dispute escalates
Poland's prime minister said his country is no longer sending arms to Ukraine, a comment that appeared aimed at pressuring Kyiv and put Poland's status as a major source of military equipment in doubt as a trade dispute between the neighbouring states escalates.
Anger over grain exports, souring voter sentiment prompt Poland to stop future weapons transfers to Ukraine
Nineteen months ago, Poland's prime minister was one of the first leaders to visit Kyiv in the early weeks of the Russian invasion, but on Thursday, the country announced it won't be sending any more weapons to Ukraine than it's already committed to in the wake of an escalating fight over grain exports.
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