The reason for another diplomatic scandal, probably, was Zelensky’s speech in New York before the UN General Assembly. The Ukrainian leader then accused “some friends” of false solidarity who refused to buy Ukrainian grain to the detriment of their farmers.
Polish government spokesman Piotr Müller commented on Zelensky’s speech that he hopes the Ukrainian president’s words do not refer to Warsaw. The Polish official also suggested that kyiv’s behavior in the situation of the extension of the embargo on Ukrainian grain was dictated by the oligarch lobby.
For his part, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki noted that Zelensky’s accusations against countries limiting supplies of Ukrainian grain seemed “misplaced.”
The news is being updated.