Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said his country will no longer send arms to Ukraine.

Speaking to the private TV channel Polsat News, Morawiecki said that Poland was helping in the victory over Russia but could not accept the destruction of the Polish market by Ukrainian grain imports.

Morawiecki said that the transit of Ukrainian grain will continue, adding that "Poland does not incur any costs because of this transit. On the contrary, it can be said that we benefit from it."

Underlining that Poland will never put Ukraine's security at risk, Morawiecki said, "Our military supply center in Rzeszow fulfills the same role it has been and will fulfill in agreement with the Americans and NATO.

"We are no longer sending any weapons to Ukraine, because now we will arm ourselves with the most modern weapons," Morawiecki said, adding that they have increased orders for investments in the army.