Thanks to the joint efforts of the Chancellery of the Council of Ministers, the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and National Defense and the Governmental Agency of Strategic Reserves on April 15, a plane with humanitarian aid for Armenia departed from Krakow’s Balice airport.

This message was announced by the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pawel Jablonski, the National Coordinator for development cooperation.

-Today, Poland, once again fulfills its duty towards people affected by the humanitarian crisis. We share what we can with a country that has found itself in a difficult situation due to the aftermath of the Gorny Karabakh conflict. Responding to the humanitarian appeal of the Government of Armenia we provide the civilian population affected by the armed conflict with the most urgent help; bedding, blankets, towels, electronic thermometers, disinfectants, and blood pressure gauges. …

Poland systematically provides aid to people in countries affected by humanitarian crisis. Recently, it has supported Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Such help was also provided to Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Ethiopia, Sudan due to the floods, as well as Lebanon after the explosion in the port of Beirut in August 2020.


Wirtualny Świat Polskich Ormian