Ukraine and Poland signed a bilateral security agreement

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk signed a security agreement in Warsaw, AFP reported.
Poland is the latest country to sign such an agreement with Ukraine based on the commitment made by the Group of Seven (G-7) in July 2023.
Other countries, including the US, Britain, Germany and France, as well as the EU, have signed similar bilateral treaties to help Kiev repel Russian aggression.
The agreement emphasized that Poland was the first country to recognize Ukraine's independence from the Soviet Union on December 2, 1991.
Ukraine and Poland agreed to continue to develop political, military and economic cooperation and to "cooperate closely in the restoration of Ukraine as a sovereign and democratic state."
Zelensky arrived in Warsaw earlier on July 8, a day before the start of the upcoming NATO summit in Washington.
"Perseverance and courage. These words best describe Zelensky's attitude in the fight for a safe Ukraine and a safe Europe. You can always count on us in this fight," Tusk wrote on the X social network shortly after the Ukrainian leader arrived in Poland. | BGNES