After renewed massive Russian rocket attacks against Ukrainian cities, Poland proposed to station the Patriot air defense systems offered to it by Germany directly in Ukraine. This is a good proposal to protect “the western Ukrainian-Polish border area and the eastern Polish-Ukrainian border area” at the same time, Morawiecki said on Thursday in Warsaw.

Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak had previously suggested moving to Ukraine on Wednesday evening. “This would allow to save Ukraine from further casualties and power outages and increase security on our eastern border,” he wrote on Twitter. The Patriot Batteries were to be placed on the western border of Ukraine. “This would allow us to save Ukraine from further casualties and power outages and increase security on our eastern border.”

Only on Monday did Blaszczak and Federal Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht (SPD) agree on joint protection of Polish airspace. Accordingly, the NATO partner should receive Patriot-type air defense systems, and the Air Force also wanted to support airspace surveillance with Eurofighters.

Before Blaszczak, the head of the national-conservative ruling party PiS, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, said that “for Poland’s security” it would be better if the Germans left the Patriots to Ukraine. Poland’s opposition criticized the move. Ex-President Bronislaw Komorowski told radio station on Thursday that this was the PiS government’s idea to de facto reject the German proposal, but not to say so out loud. “It is difficult to accept German help and at the same time spit on Germany in politics wherever you can and accuse it of almost aggressive intentions towards Poland”.

Last week, a rocket hit the Polish border area with Ukraine, killing two civilians. Currently, the West believes it was a Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile used to defend against Russian military attacks.

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