Poland does not discount the possibility of supplying weapons to Ukraine, but at this stage supports diplomatic efforts to resolve the ongoing conflict, Polish Defence Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said in Vilnius on Wednesday.
Tomasz Siemoniak
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