Polish, Japanese top soldiers talk support for Ukraine in Warsaw
Poland’s most senior military officer on Monday held talks with his Japanese counterpart about bilateral military cooperation and support for war-torn Ukraine. It is reported by Upmp.news with reference to “Polskie Radio”.
Poland’s Gen. Rajmund Andrzejczak hosted Japan’s Gen. Kōji Yamazaki at the Polish Army headquarters in Warsaw, Polish state news agency PAP reported.
Support for Ukraine, Polish-Japanese military ties
“The chief of the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces and the Chief of Staff of the Japan Self-Defense Forces discussed the military situation of Ukraine a year after Russia’s full-scale, unprovoked aggression, the logistical, financial and military assistance to Ukraine and new avenues for bilateral Polish-Japanese military cooperation,” according to officials.
The Polish and Japanese generals talked about further military support for Ukraine’s armed forces and “the coordination of training of Ukrainian soldiers with new weapons deliveries,” the PAP news agency reported.
Also under discussion was the security situation in Europe and in the Asia-Pacific region, officials said.
After the talks at Polish Army headquarters, Yamazaki, accompanied by Andrzejczak and soldiers from the Polish Army’s Representative Regiment, laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in central Warsaw, and paid tribute to those fallen during battles for Polish independence, the PAP news agency reported.
Monday was day 369 of Russia’s war on Ukraine.
Source: PAP, wojsko-polskie.pl