On 24 January 2022, the Russian armed forces were already in the Kyiv region. They planned to overthrow Kyiv's regime in a few days. On February 24, 2023, a distinguished guest arrived in the still independent Ukraine and free Kyiv. Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki came to support Ukraine. It is also reported that Morawiecki may participate in a meeting of the Ukrainian parliament on Friday.
On the morning of 24 February, a Polish politician had already placed a wreath on the memorial wall of the dead in the centre of the capital. The prime minister also met with Ukrainian Denys Shmihal and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
"A year after the start of Russian military action, prime minister Morawiecki visited Kyiv to give a clear and tangible signal of further support in protecting Ukraine from Russia. Soon after the war began, on March 15, we were in Kyiv to ensure that Ukraine will not be left alone," wrote the secretary of the ruling party in Poland, Krzysztof Sobolevsky.
Bloomberg also reports that Morawiecki may announce the dispatch of Leopard 2 tanks to the battlefield today. Recall that Poland is ready to hand over 14 tanks.