Speaking at an international strategy conference in Warsaw, Mateusz Morawiecki said: “I appeal for the isolation of the Russian president - yes, diplomacy requires dialogue, but you cannot negotiate with terrorists.”
The prime minister added: “Criminals must be brought to justice and the ideology of Russkiy Mir must be vanquished.”
Russia must 'never again threaten peace in Europe'
Morawiecki told the conference: “We must make a pact that Russia will never again threaten peace in Europe.”
He urged: “The victory of freedom and solidarity over imperialism, nationalism and colonialism must be our collective achievement.”
'No West without a free and victorious Ukraine’
Morawiecki also said that when the Polish people fought for freedom during martial law in the 1980s, their motto was “There is no freedom without solidarity.”
“Today I believe that there will be no West without a free and victorious Ukraine,” he told the gathering in the Polish capital.
The Strategic Ark conference is being held in Warsaw until Friday under the auspices of President Andrzej Duda by the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM), a government-affiliated think tank.
Thursday is day 85 of Russia’s war on Ukraine.
Source: PAP, pism.pl, YouTube