US and Poland hold talks on Ukraine and NATO

Polish and American security advisors discussed the situation surrounding Ukrainian and Russian demands directed at NATO and the US

editor: Grzegorz Adamczyk
author: PAP
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White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan speaks during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, 2021. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

The head of the Polish presidential International Policy Bureau, Jakub Kumoch, and the head of the Polish National Security Bureau, Paweł Soloch, spoke with U,S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan via a call to discuss the ongoing situation in Ukraine and NATO-Russia relations.

“We are in agreement that talks on the USA-Russia axis should reflect the position of the entire alliance. In particular, this concerns responses to Russia’s most aggressive demands,” Paweł Soloch told the Polish Press Agency (PAP).

Kumoch stated that he had recounted the meeting between the presidents of Poland, Ukraine and Lithuania to Sullivan.

The head of the Polish National Security Bureau Paweł Soloch is of the oppinion “that talks on the USA-Russia axis should reflect the position of the entire alliance.” (Source: Twitter@MilMag)

The head of the Polish National Security Bureau Paweł Soloch is of the opinion “that talks on the USA-Russia axis should reflect the position of the entire alliance.”

He had emphasized that Ukrainian security and the existence of an independent Belarus were vital to Poland, and emphasized that the U.S. was aware of this position.

The ministers also added that the talks were held at the behest of the American side and were associated with ongoing allied consultations on the matter of potential Russian aggression against Ukraine.

The conversation was a continuation of talks held by President Andrzej Duda and the leaders of the Bucharest Nine with U.S. President Joe Biden on Dec. 9. The talks were later continued on Dec. 16 in a format comprised of B9 and U.S. national security advisors.

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