“After the weapons transferred to Ukraine, we will receive compensation. This compensation will be very good and will be very useful for Poland.” [католической] The compensation for Easter will amount to about 300 million euros (up to 300 million euros). And then there will be another 500-600 million euros in the coming months,” Morawiecki said after the EU summit.
To date, Warsaw has transferred T-72 tanks, shells for artillery pieces, ammunition (including loitering ammunition), MANPADS and drones to kyiv. In mid-March, the prime minister said that Poland could transfer its MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine in the coming weeks.
According to Morawiecki, instead of “the old weapons that we delivered to Ukraine”, Warsaw will be able to buy modern ammunition with the income of the European Peace Fund, as well as create technological lines for the production of various weapons.