Poland stops the supply of weapons to Ukraine

Polish soldier driving the German Leopard 2 tank in military exercises. The exercises were part of the EU's military aid to Ukraine

The standoff over the export of Ukrainian wheat has prompted Poland to halt the supply of arms to Ukraine. The Polish Prime Minister has said that he cannot endanger the market by allowing the import of wheat from Ukraine, while President Zelensky has said that some European countries are making drama with their wheat

One of Ukraine's staunchest allies, Poland, has decided not to supply its neighbor with weapons, due to a diplomatic row over wheat.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has stated that Poland's focus is self-defense with even more modern weapons.