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Polish, Ukrainian Presidents Sign New Security Agreement

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy traveled to Warsaw yesterday, where he signed a bilateral security agreement with Polish President Donald Tusk. Their joint statement said: “Only together can Ukraine and Poland be free and strong. This is the sole way we can defend ourselves against Russian terror and protect our freedom and independence,” reported Politico.

Making headlines is the provision in the 20-page document under which the two sides “agree on the need to continue their bilateral dialogue and dialogues with other partners, aimed at examining rationale and feasibility of possible intercepting in Ukraine’s airspace missiles and UAVs fired in the direction of territory of Poland, following necessary procedures agreed by the States and organizations involved.”

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