Marcin Przydacz, head of the International Policy Department of the Polish Presidential Chancellery, said in an interview with RMF24 that Ukraine's actions in connection with the grain conflict with Poland are "unfair and harmful to many Poles." He emphasized that Poland will not impose itself if Ukraine "does not want to be friends with Poland."
"It is in the interest of all of us - and Ukrainians should understand this - not to let ourselves be divided, because only the third actor, represented by Moscow, will benefit from this. Those who want this (to understand the above - Ed.) are in no danger," he said.
Przydacz emphasized that "if Ukraine does not want to be friends with Poland, then Poland will cope on its own."
"We are in NATO, we have a strong army, we are in the EU, we have a well-functioning state. Ukraine is in trouble now, and it should make sure that Poland supports it. If not, it should not be forced," the politician said.